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The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Niles fills this issue with some exciting action, thrills and tension. The conflict between Henry and his father has great tension and an entertaining resolution. The moments with Henry’s wife are filled with great tension as well and I really enjoyed the resolution of it and the introduction of a new character I want to know more about. The Art: Kudranski delivers some incredibly beautiful and thrilling art throughout the issue. The fight scenes are thrilling and the characters look great. I continue to love the use of shadow in the book and how it emphasizes both character and emotion.
ComicBook.comWhat a mixed bag A Town Called Terror is. On one hand, the artwork and design of a town that trades in horror is beyond well suited here as Szymon Kudranski continues killing it. On the flip side however, the story feels as if its in shambles, moving far too fast to elicit any emotion for this final battle between father and son, wherein readers haven't had much of an opportunity to get to know either of them. This horror story had a solid enough premise but simply couldn't build a foundation at the end of the day.