The Tithe #2

The Tithe #2

Writer: Matt Hawkins Artist: Rahsan Ekedal Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 20, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
7.8Critic Rating
8.6User Rating

Another mega-church is robbed despite the FBI’s surveillance. Tension ratchets up as a member of Samaritan’s “heist” team is killed and the “Robin Hood” act isn’t quite as fun as they thought.

  • 8.5
    SnapPow.com - Harrison Rawdin May 20, 2015

    The Tithe #2 is an outstanding release that understands both its audience and the story it wants to tell. It's not perfect, as a couple scenes were held back by some slightly rockydialogue. but for the most part I walked away from this one rather pleased with what I read. And I speak for the rest of theSnap Pow staff when I say: we can't wait to see what Samaritan does next. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geekality - Ryan Marshall May 20, 2015

    This may be Matt Hawkins best work to date, and hes already got an impressive track record with Aphrodite IX (Top Cow) and Think Tank (Image) on his resume. Co-creator and artist Rahsan Ekedal matches the greatness of Matts writing with his simple but style sequential art and gives the visuals a light vibrant tone. Speaking of which what grabbed me about the art was Rahsans style evoked the bold and graphic style reminiscent of Jamie McKelvie who is one of my favourite artists, demonstrated in the masterpiece Suburban Glamour. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Fraser Wright Macdonald Jun 4, 2015

    A good down-to-earth story with a good cat-and-mouse chase between the FBI and Hacktivist Group. Give it a look! Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    Geekality - Ryan Marshall May 20, 2015

    This may be Matt Hawkins best work to date, and hes already got an impressive track record with Aphrodite IX (Top Cow) and Think Tank (Image) on his resume. Co-creator and artist Rahsan Ekedal matches the greatness of Matts writing with his simple but style sequential art and gives the visuals a light vibrant tone. Speaking of which what grabbed me about the art was Rahsans style evoked the bold and graphic style reminiscent of Jamie McKelvie who is one of my favourite artists, demonstrated in the masterpiece Suburban Glamour. Read Full Review

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