Cannibal #2 Review
The second chapter from New York Times bestselling writer BRIAN BUCCELLATO & JENNIFER YOUNG… As the Hansen family reels from tragedy, Cash resorts to drastic measures in search of answers.
This issue is a little bit of a slow burn; which is fine by me. We also get to see a little bit more of the town and the people that live in it. You get to see different people’s point of view on the cannibal situation as well.
I’m not sure if the creators involved have a set amount of issues that they plan on doing, but I’m in for the long hull. I can’t wait to see how these characters evolve and what they are going to have to do to do with the conflict.
And not to be out done by the writing, the art steps it up a notch as well. Matias Bergara does a very good job when it comes to the facial expressions of the characters he draws. And you can definitely tell that he has a good rapport with the writers.
This was a pretty strong second issue that seems to be leading to some interesting things coming forward. Here’s hoping that they keep up the great work that they’ve been doing so far.
Cannibal #2 is getting:
4 Out of 5 Whiskey Shots