Comic Review: Death be Damned #1 (BOOM! Studios)

Welcome to the world of the Wild West, which we’ll find out on this new comic series of Death be Damned, written by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker and Andrew Miller, […]

Welcome to the world of the Wild West, which we’ll find out on this new comic series of Death be Damned, written by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker and Andrew Miller, and art by Hanna Christenson.

The story begins in the late 19th century, the main character Miranda Coller seeks for revenge to the seven outlaws who killed her family. But unfortunately after her parents died, Miranda cheats death that the outlaws threw at her to the puddle and thought that she was dead, but she was unconscious. The reason that she died a few is because she was cursed by the fact that she had her memories when she’s in danger or she was killed a number of times. To me, Miranda is immortal, no matter how many obstacles that she’s gone, she dies and then she literary stood up again and again and again.

After that she took off to the nearest town looking for help, however in the town of South Pass City in Wyoming, there are few number of dangerous criminals on the town, but when Miranda arrived at the town, she was seeking some men who killed her family. But when she discovered the killer, he shot at her in the head. Perhaps killing her would give her traumatic thoughts of her memories of her parents and the killer. Hell, Miranda is immortal, no one could kill her, except for an instant that she was killed, the undertaker took care of her until she woke up. It’s a mystery for Miranda Coller to die a few times and have these kinds of visions, it’s very unpredictable but when will she goes on like this?

In my reflection of this new issue, I find that the story is something else, but as for the main character’s death is a mystery for the readers to know why she can’t die. For some reason, this story catches a horror event of the Wild West, but it’s an interesting story, about the main character who seeks revenge of her family’s death. And somehow this story is a must read because no one will ever know how will she survive on her journey for revenge, no matter what it takes, she’ll be back on her feet.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.