Inferno: Resurrection #2

Inferno: Resurrection #2

Writer: Ralph Tedesco Artist: Antonio Bifulco Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: February 10, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

Mercy gets a lead on a powerful demon hiding in plain sight on Earth. But Virgil tells her that he's not one of their bounties and to leave it alone.

Frustrated and curious to know the truth, Mercy calls on her friend, Masumi - a lethal samurai and demon expert - for help. But when Mercy gets herself in a dangerous situation, it could mean the end of the line for Lucifer's bounty hunter.

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Dawn of Comics Apr 6, 2016

    Meet Mercy, Hells latest reject, she wasn't too good at the whole being in hell thing so Lucifer sent her back to round-up all the souls that have escaped…. I remember a TV show like this called Brimstone, God I'm old. Anyhoo back to the book. Mercy is damn good at her job but she's still got a softer side so when a young girl asks for her help to save her boyfriend Mercy agrees even if it means missing her date. Action and ass kicking ensues. This book was made for me it checks all my boxes… Strong female lead.. Check. Great fight scenes.. Check. Cool supernatural elements.. Check. Beautiful art and an interesting story.. Double check. Top it all off with being a nice compact 5 issue run and you have a winner. Great introduction to Zenescope as I've not read any of their work until now but I'll be sure to check out more if this is any indication of the quality of their title. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Apr 6, 2016

    This issue of Inferno: Resurrection is a good story, but the execution is lacking in the presentation. The team of Tedesco and Bifulco are hopefully building up to a better book next month, but for this one, we are given something which is lackluster and better suited as a filler piece instead of one which does justice to Mercy's duty as Lucifer's bounty hunter. Let's keep our fingers crossed that we will be rewarded for our patience with the return of a blockbuster spectacle instead of another arduous explanatory tale.9 Read Full Review

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