Suicide Jockeys #2

Writer: Rylend Grant Artist: Davi Leon Dias Publisher: Source Point Press Release Date: September 29, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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After learning that his lost love might be still be alive, adrift somewhere in the vast ocean of space and time, Denver Wallace must convince his estranged team to set aside years of bad blood, saddle up, and bring her back home. Also, there's a pretty funny reality show subplot, a panel where a dog takes a massive dump, and you know... plenty of cool monster-fighting stuff.

  • 10
    PopCultHQ - Jason Bennett Sep 24, 2021

    The pairing of artist Davi Leon Dias & colorist Iwan Joko Triyono is a match made in heaven. When you look over their contributions to the multiple Ringo Award nominated & winner for Best Villain, ABERRANT, the crowdfunded project THE PEACEKEEPERS, and now with SUICIDE JOCKEYS, you get the sense that Davi and Iwan make each other better and create a fluidity not often seen in the industry. Not only that, but with each issue they put out, it seems like they only get better, improving all the time. I would easily put them in the Top Three artist/colorist combos in the indie scene today. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Oct 2, 2021

    SUICIDE JOCKEYS #2 gets the band back together with mountains of emotional moments, character-building, and motivation. The art admirably caries the issue with unique backstory montages that show rather than tell each team members life story, and the writing sets the stage for a conflict with more meaningful stakes when every character has something to gain or lose. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Lotusland Comics - Hank Rea Oct 3, 2021

    'Suicide Jockeys' #2 puts the hold on over-the-top action to give the characters a sincere 'come to Jesus' moment, an opportunity to find accountability and confront old grudges. The team is fleshed out and readers are given a chance to get to know them and care about them as they come together once again. This gives the story a solid foundation as things are about to get crazy. It's the calm before the storm and another solid issue.  Read Full Review

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