D4VE #2

D4VE #2

Writer: Ryan Ferrier Artist: Valentin Ramon Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: January 8, 2014 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
9.5Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

Invasion! D4VE's crisis spirals out of control when his home life and his day job take some unexpected turns, but a new presence on the planet ignites his long-lost spark. D4VE also faces his greatest challenge yet: fatherhood.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 8, 2014

    You shouldn't just buy this issue, telling you to buy it cheapens it. You should experience this issue because it's one of the greatest single issues in all of comic's history. I don't throw that around lightly either, but yes there are a few other ongoing series that I would place on the same shelf. This shelf is very high and incredibly difficult to reach, but D4VE has managed to get there in just two issues. Right now you can experience it in digital, but if and hopefully when it makes it to print I will be the first in any line to purchase it; to loan it to others and to cherish it. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comicosity - Jessica Boyd Jan 1, 2014

    Like any sane person, by the end of the issue, D4VE is thrown a new plot twist that gives him the smallest glimmer of hope in regaining his former glory. As many looking to reclaim what once was, you can be the judge on the last panel if he goes overboard. I vote that he has, in all the right ways. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Stash My Comics - Leo Johnson Jan 8, 2014

    D4VE continues to be one of the best digital comics around. Ferrier's darkly humorous, yet personal story about a bored robot hits a chord with many, all while Ramon's art makes the story as a whole just so immensely enjoyable. Great art and a fantastic concept deliver one of the most unique and human books around. It's probably the best book I never knew I needed. Issues one and two can both be purchased on Comixology for just 99 each. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    TheCultDen - Reece Morris-Jones Mar 17, 2014

    Continuing the trend established in the prior issue, D4VE'S mix of humour, tragedy and dream sequences underpin a looming threat on the horizon. Read Full Review

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