Voltron #2

Writer: Brandon Thomas Artist: Ariel Padilla Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: January 18, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Voltron is down and the people of Earth are only hours away from complete annihilation. In order to preserve all they know, Keith and the rest of his highly trained force must launch a rescue mission to save Voltron, and uncover a terrible secret decades in the making. This is not the first time the Drule Empire has attempted to annex Earth. It's happened before, and even then, Zarkon played a critical role in determining the planet's survival...just not the one everyone thinks. The truth is coming, as Generation Voltron continues...

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    Crave Online - Iann Robinson Jan 23, 2012

    Ariel Padilla’s art is the only shaky thing with Voltron. It’s not that the work is bad, but it is very hit or miss. Padilla excels at the technological work. The spaceships, the laser battles, the spacesuits and weaponry. Where he falls short are the human figures, which always feel rushed or half finished. Every panel featuring a facial expression is a little too posed for me, particularly with Zarkon who looks mid-thirties one panel and then sixty the next. I like Padilla’s line work and his capability with action; I just wish he’d concentrate more on the faces. It’s not a deal breaker with Voltron but it does take away from what is otherwise a flawless return. Read Full Review

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