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Review – Redneck #9 (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics (Skybound Imprint) Writer: Donny Cates Artwork: Lisandro Estherren, Dee Cunniffe (colours) Release Date: 24th January 2018 Fresh from snagging a Diamond Gem Award for “Best New Comic Book Series” (congrats guys!), Skybound’s Redneck continues this week as things go from bad to worse for the Bowman family. When we left things last time out, Bartlett, Greg and Seamus had been cornered by Landry and his new “flock”.  This issue helps provide us with little more insight into the thought process behind Landry’s sudden but inevitable betrayal, while also escalating things considerably by having the local law enforcement show up unexpectedly. Writer Donny Cates also casually drops in another mysterious plot thread surrounding young Perry, further emphasising just how well-planned this series is.  Sure, we have the immediate threat that needs to be dealt with, but there’s always something else coming down the pipe, and Cates seems to be taking great pleasure in always making sure that the Bowmans have more than their fair share of impending obstacles to overcome. At this point, it’s a testament to the striking nature of Lisandro Estherren’s artwork that I honestly couldn’t imagine anyone else drawing this series.  His scratchy, chaotic style [...]



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