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Art by Phil Briones
Cover by Mico Suayan & Matthew Clark
Size: 0 pages
This comic delivered as promised. As a long-time Harbinger fan I had high hopes for this series, and Joshua Dysart has exceeded my expectations. This is a very contemporary comic, and really grasps the different voices of today’s youth without it ever coming across as forced. With the cast of characters at his disposal it seems like it will stay that that way. Combine that with cool powers and big action, and you have a hit.
This issue is written completely from Kris Hathaway’s perspective, but keeps Peter Stanchek firmly as its focus. It starts with a very succint recap of the first arc from her point of view that fills in gaps, and actually adds to the story. Between this and her conversations with Peter, you could actually start this series fresh from this issue and know what’s going on. Excellent job.
This issue keeps the story chugging along at its break-neck pace while providing fresh perspectives, and furthering character development. Briones does a great job at shooting scenes, and overall the artwork was very good. I laughed, I smiled, I sighed, and at the end I nodded: another great issue of Harbinger.
Art: 4 - Very Good