The Hollows #2

The Hollows #2

Writer: Chris Ryall Artist: Sam Kieth Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: January 9, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.4Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

Chris Ryall and Sam Kieth continue their crazed collaboration with The Hollows, Part 2: "Taking Flight." When living above the chaos and soul-stealing "hollows" is no longer an option, can Kobayashi manage to rise above the impending doom that surrounds he and his loved ones...?

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Therapy - thorverine Jan 9, 2013

    The Hollows is an incredibly fresh story with some wonderful art that makes a truly great experience for the reader. Ryall and Keith work wonders on an idea that could easily take a bad turn. The Hollows is one you need to look into. A great story with a Japanese flavor 4.5/5BioLatest PoststhorverineSenior Writer & Feature Entertainment Editor at ComicBookTherapyI'm a comic book and movie nerd who loves to share news I find interesting and hope you do as well. I'm a big Doctor Who fan and sci-fi in general. My favorite comic characters you ask? Well Thor, Wolverine, and Daredevil.Latest posts by thorverine (see all)Review: The Hollows #2 - January 9, 2013 Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Jan 10, 2013

    Between the mostly solid writing and the consistently interesting art, it looks like "The Hollows" is flying a steady course, even if this issue wasn't as wow-brilliant as the first. Most importantly, there's still no telling where it's going. Now we just need more people talking about it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez Jan 9, 2013

    Overall, THE HOLLOWS #2 is a really good read. It further establishes this unique world of Tokyo We have Craig whom is developed more as a character, we get to see his family and life in the trees, and"more Hollow action. I'm really liking this series, easily recommended. It's not like many others, you have no idea what's coming. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Carl Boehm Jan 9, 2013

    The story, though, feels like its dragging. Issue one presented a brand new world for the readers to enter. Now that there’s some familiarity with the tree city, there’s a need for more urgency and peril to keep readers returning. Unfortunately, there is no such draw. The twenty-four pages of the book are enticing to look at, but offer only the barest elements of storytelling. Read Full Review

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