Comic Review: The Wild Storm #1 (DC Comics)

This new DC comic issue of The Wild Storm which takes place in New York City where everything seemed to be corrupted, but sometimes things have gotten a bit worse. […]

This new DC comic issue of The Wild Storm which takes place in New York City where everything seemed to be corrupted, but sometimes things have gotten a bit worse.

The story begins in the city of New York, there are several people came there for research towards the city buildings. There are many corruptions that lies in the city, however, there are people that are nothing more than corruption, but there is truth to that because they’re researching some supernatural beings that happened in the city.

There is a woman who is troubled and wanders around miserably in New York until she talked to two people which is one of her employers. About Angela Spica, her life became most tragic as ever seen after they saw that she was bleeding. She literary walked away after that, and then when she approached the Halo company, she sees a man jumping out of the window and seemed that the man, Jacob Marlowe was being thrown by someone. Angela transformed into a cyborg with wires and saves him. First of all, when she makes an appearance of her transformation, she literary pulls out her wires in order to transform and the fact that she’s bleeding from her gut, my guess is that she suffers literary from her body right after she transformed. But after she left at the restaurant, Angela told the employer that she wants “this thing out of her.”

There is some truth to all of this on this issue because of the fact that Angela transformation, she isn’t human, she’s more of a machine. Even though, the division were researching any supernatural beings that happened in the city. However, she’s not the only one that she has that kind of power. This is the most bizarre story that ever read, the story is something else regarding of everything that happened, it’s like X-Men where every part of the city were corrupted by mutants but after they were captured, the formed a team so they can fight for good and evil. This is an interesting comic to read for everyone, and I would probably recommend it.

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.