Comic Review: Killer Instinct #2 (Dynamite)

Dynamite Comics continues with the newly remastered fighting game comic book of Killer Instinct on its second issue. From the looks of it, Dynamite is actually taking its toll for […]

Dynamite Comics continues with the newly remastered fighting game comic book of Killer Instinct on its second issue.

From the looks of it, Dynamite is actually taking its toll for making the Killer Instinct comic book series. Even so, Nintendo and Rare would count on it, because the fans were expecting this as much as they could remember playing that fighting game since childhood. But the downside is that even if they liked Killer Instinct, it would become such a competition for Mortal Combat, because both of those classic fighting games are very similar compared to them.

So it comes to this, the whole Killer Instinct comic, comes up with some character backgrounds from every part and which they have involved to the Ultratech headquarters. From all the twisted plots that Ultratech had gone through, and somehow they planned from the beginning to attack the other fighters and monsters. All the other fighters have gone through far out with Ultratech and their battles to destroy supernatural beings and demons like Fulgore or Eyedol. It’s well to know that they’re dealing with reptiles, aliens and androids. But at the end of the second issue, we discover Jago who resides in the middle of nowhere as a farmer. He decided to become a regular person than being a warrior, even so the war against Ultratech was far from over for him. Until a herd of fucking ugly goats are looking for its prey and attacked him.

No one ever noticed that Jago gave up fighting and became a farmer, even so he still has martial arts skills. From the Killer Instinct fighting game series, Jago as a farmer is actually unexpected for the fans to find out about this. But whatever happened to Orchid? Does Jago still have connections with his sister? From the looks of it, he went all through hell on his journey as a warrior, but he suddenly lost his own purpose as a warrior when he almost killed his sister, and the demigod was pulling his strings like a puppet. However, his purpose would mean that he should quit fighting and worked in labor for his own good, but when does he has the spirit and determination to fight once again? This is really unexpected to know about this latest issue, but the story continues even further for the fighters.

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.