Comic Reviews: Project Superheroes: Hero Killers #1 (Dynamite)

Dynamite comics releases a new comic from Project Superpowers, but this time Dynamite comics brings you the first issue of Hero Killers which is more likely a cult superhero comic […]

Dynamite comics releases a new comic from Project Superpowers, but this time Dynamite comics brings you the first issue of Hero Killers which is more likely a cult superhero comic book than the Suicide Squad or Teen Titans from DC comics.

This new superhero comic book series brings about more than justice and crime, but somehow someone brought an army of superheroes fighting for justice. With every superhero roaming in the town, the town of Libertyville has being protected by superheroes, and it became the safest place in the country. But, there are many new enemies that these heroes will face excluding all the robots who made some trouble all over town, however the major of Libertyville, he requested so many heroes to protect his town, but if there’s too many heroes in town, what would happen to the other states in the U.S? Will they be able to protect Libertyville at all costs?

My reaction to this new comic of Hero Killers is really surprising because there are so many heroes protecting the town of Libertyville because the major wanted to fix things just to bring outsiders to keep the town safe from evil. However, at the end of the first issue, Black Terror shot to death by his own pupil, because he thinks that he’s an asshole the whole time when he was fighting alongside with the Black Terror. But no one would know the truth that he killed Black Terror and come up with some stories that Dr. Baron killed Black Terror. His pupil is actually becoming a villain sooner and later. Anyway, the story is quite similar from one of the DC comics of Teen Titans or the Justice League, but ever since the major of Libertyville got superheroes to save the town from evil, every citizen in Libertyville felt more safer thanks to them. Ryan Browne made the story as well, but his story is almost an inspiration of the DC universe superheroes, and Pete Woods’ artwork has turned into a different level, but he’s also the artist who drew Deadpool and Action Comics like Superman. Who would have thought that their stories and art had turned even more vivid like DC and Marvel comics that had ever made in history? I would recommend to anyone who like superhero comics, read this one because the story is much more different from other superheroes comics that you guys ever read before.

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