Created on June 15, 2012
and written by Category
: Comic Book Reviews
Publisher Name: Pinwheel Press
Publisher Website: http://www.facebook.com/manofgodcomic
Writer: Craig Partin
Pencils: Yvel Guichet
Inks: Stu Berryhill
Number of Pages: 27
Color: Black & White
Safety Content Label: T+ TEENS AND UP – Appropriate for most readers 13 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before or with younger children.
When a church fire claims the life of John Morris, it seems like just another story for the 10 o’clock news. But when John is reborn and tortured by the sins of those he touches, it becomes so much more. Burned beyond recognition, John flees into the nigh leaving devastation in his wake as he begins his search for the truth.
Man of God #2 seemed a bit of a foundation laying issue but doesn’t come up short because of it. This issue brings what will surely be John’s mortal, or immortal nemesis and it’s hinted that the Four Horsemen of Apocalypse may soon be appearing in the series.
The forces of good and evil seem to be tied together somehow under what appears to be supernatural “Infinity Rings”.
Do the rings grant supernatural powers to John and all who wear them? Will Perpes attempt to bring about the end of the world? Will Braydon be one of his four horsemen? That’s my guess, but we’ll all have to keep reading to find out for sure.
The art in the book once again does justice to the dark tale that Craig Partin seems to be telling and I’m looking forward to the next issue. I love the fact that John is wearing a Halloween costume to hide his horribly scarred face and Guichet does a great job illustrating this.
Who is the man in the mask with the Pinwheel Press logo?
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