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Battle Chasers #12

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Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.

Garrison’s will is tested as his showdown with the Martial Paladins comes to a fateful conclusion. Gully confronts her criminal half-brother. Contains 32 action-packed pages and no ads!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
36 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Crusaders

    Whatever you do. Do yourself a favor and pick up Battle Chasers because this is without a doubt going to become an instant classic in the comics world, and I think you should be there when it happens. I am excited to continue reading and seeing the art continue growing and expanding. I’m also very excited to see how Ludo handles more peaceful scenes, because this comic is so action-packed that I can’t even imagine how it’s going to look once we are out of battle and into more serene waters.

  • 100


    Battle Chasers #12 is phenomenal, let’s get that out of the way first. If you want to know if this book is good or not, yes, 100%, it’s great. If you love Sword and Sorcery, you are going to think this is a fantastic issue.

  • 95

    Comical Opinions

    BATTLE CHASERS #12 gives you everything you want in an action/fantasy game adaptation with big fights, dramatic tension, plot progression, stakes, and character development. Madureira’s script is all the more impressive for the number of subplots that get equal time to shine, and Lulabi’s art is exquisite.

  • 95

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: The story takes a dark turn for Garrison and Monika in this issue while Gully deals with not only the consequences of her actions but also the revelation she continues to hide from. Maduereira delivers a fantastic story in this issue and all of the suspense and intrigue play out in ways that are compelling to the reader as we return to this fantastic world. Things between the characters are getting tenser and I am excited to continue this ride.

    The Art: Lullabi offers some brilliantly detailed and exciting art throughout the issue. The visuals are fantastic and the artistic style complements the pacing, action and tone of the story perfectly.

  • 80

    Nerd Initiative

    The first arc back for the legendary fantasy series wraps up one story while setting the stage to an ever bigger tale in the near future. Madureira and Lullabi continue their successful formula of strong writing and artwork to leave no doubt to new and old readers alike that Battle Chasers is back and here to stay!

  • 70

    Battlechasers #12 leaves fans with a satisfying cliffhanger before promising to return with more; it’s a dramatically better departure than the last one the series delivered more than two decades ago. All of the immediate conflicts are resolved as battles drug out in issue #11 are brought to typically brutal resolutions with more than one villain departing the series. These action sequences are the highlight of the issue as they offer steroid-fueled forms cutting one another to pieces. Each of these encounters also serve to set the stage for new adventures and an eventual reunion of the various characters scattered across the world. As the series leans into its chaotic style of action and delivers on the promise of hulking figures breaking one another, the possibility of a future return sounds far more promising than it did just a few months ago.

  • 70

    Comic Watch

    Overall, the arc was good, but it felt like a major firework rocket that didn’t take off. There was so much build-up in issue 10 and 11 that this issue just seemed to fizzle out at the end. Hopefully, issue #13 will kick off the new arc with a planned ending that will definitely give it a bang.

  • 40

    First Comics News

    There are a lot of great-looking characters being shown. An explanation of who they are is needed.

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