Death Force #6

Death Force #6

Writer: Ralph Tedesco, Joe Brusha Artist: Marc Rosete Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: November 16, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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With his enemies defeated it's time for Rick Murphy to pay Death his due. But Rick has not lived up to his end of the bargain as Death Force, and Death is not one to take being disobeyed lightly. Now Death Force must battle the very enemy that controls his power and all that hangs in the balance is Missy's innocent soul.

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Nov 16, 2016

    Death Force was a charming tale of redemption, but it suffered by having too many references to other properties and relying on them too much to drive the story forward. While it did manage to gain some ground as it progressed, the ending was spoiled due to poor planning with the release of a related title and it turn the finale was also diluted due to an uninventive way to extend the title into the next volume. I sincerely hope that the succeeding title will be able to draw on more imaginative concepts now that the origin story is over and not linger with any more overused material. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Horror Talk - James Ferguson Nov 23, 2016

    Death Force is a poor man's Ghost Rider.  It has the makings of something interesting, but it's poorly defined and fails in the execution.  Marc Rosete's artwork is the saving grace and since most of the scenes with the title character (again, I'm not sure if I should even call him that because no one actually does so) are without dialogue, so you can fill in your own ideas as to what's going on.  It's a slugfest in Hell with all sorts of monsters and Death himself watching over everything.  Aside from bringing Rick's friend down, he does nothing but talk the entire time, so he's not all that intimidating as a Big Bad. Read Full Review

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