Comic Review: Modern Fantasy #2 (Dark Horse)

Dark Horse Comics continues with the adventures of some man-made realistic and fantasy story of Modern Fantasy on its second issue. So, after I’ve come across reviewing the first issue […]

Dark Horse Comics continues with the adventures of some man-made realistic and fantasy story of Modern Fantasy on its second issue.

So, after I’ve come across reviewing the first issue of this comic, I’ve decided to move on and see what’s up ahead with the story. Anyway, like I said before, this comic is like giving an image when the two worlds are mixed together between the real world and the fantasy world where humans and monsters live together in peace.

Ok, so last time, someone invaded Sage and her roommates’ apartment, and they found out that someone is hiding a rare necklace from the bad guys, yet they abducted Fentax for stealing the necklace. Most importantly, the necklace has special powers, or so they say, even though they looked into it for what that necklace does, but it could almost think that it has the power to destroy the world. So everyone came up with a plan to rescue Fentax and bringing the amulet along with it. Somehow they managed to get him back from the bad guys, but Sage is really more concerned about the amulet. Who knows what the necklace really possesses? And what hope do they have for them if someone falls into the wrong hands? How will they keep the necklace away from the bad guys?

As a moment there, I believe that this story is another one of mysterious relics from other worlds, like the ancient Millennium items from Yu-Gi-Oh!, or the sacred medallions from the Double Dragon movie in ’94. Even though one of those relics posses a threat to the world, and they have to fight it in order to protect the people they loved. The thing is that sometimes the story can go beneath until we can learn the truth about it, but who knows what the story is going on until we find out what happens next. I might have to give a little history lesson about the author, so why not. Kristen Gudsnuk has created many comics, but Modern Fantasy is only drawn by her, she actually drew and wrote books, self-published ones, and some books are published on Scholastic. Even though she even has a twitter and a Tumblr page of her art, but not on her portfolio, but it’s strange that every other artist would provide with an art portfolio on their web page, along with its biography and their artwork as well. But anyway, she provided with some great art, but one of her works like Modern Fantasy recently published by Dark Horse, but just for that this comic is actually cooperated with a writer to make the story and her art in reality, and that’s where this comic comes in. I expect to find out what happens next to the story because this comic is getting more interesting as it is.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, currently residing in another country. 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.