Comic Review: Killer Instinct #4 (Dynamite)

Dynamite Comics continues with the series of our glorious adventures between the warriors and fighters in Killer Instinct on its fourth issue. It’s popular enough that the game has become […]

Dynamite Comics continues with the series of our glorious adventures between the warriors and fighters in Killer Instinct on its fourth issue.

It’s popular enough that the game has become such a fanatic of a fighting game in the 90s, but then the comic continues on its journey between the warriors and demons in their world. And suddenly, Killer Instinct actually takes the plot of adventure to defeat evil just like the Mortal Kombat series. But this time, Jago and co. makes an entrance and ventured to the Greek Island to find someone

In this issue, Ultra Tech plans to destroy Jago and the others on that deserted Greek island along with it, but it would seem the Tsar had a grudge against them. I just thought that Fulgore had a terrifying grudge against Jago after he defeated him in a battle of death and somehow, things wouldn’t get so much easier for him after all the battles he fought and became a farmer after he retires from fighting. But as for Tsar, he would get away from all the trouble that he had and decides to destroy the island along with Jago and the others. On the island, Kan-Ra was hiding a Golem on the island, but suddenly he went berserk and attacked Kan-Ra, but suddenly the Ultra Tech fired missiles to destroy the island. Will Jago and his friends escape the terrifying threat?

Of all the games that I’ve played, Killer Instinct was the best shit, but fortunately, I just only played the arcade version at the Barcade. When I checked at the SNES version, the whole package came with a CD bundle of remixed game tracks on the fighting stages. But no, Rare only released three Killer Instinct games. THREE FUCKIN’ GAMES! Is it bad enough that the fighting game wasn’t so popular, they waited to have Xbox One to release that game, but now Dynamite created a comic book series as the continuation of the game? Instead of hearing Ultra Combo shit coming from the game. Here, you’ll see the vast adventures of the fighters against the Ultra Tech. Well yeah, it’s better to play the game because the graphics and the controls are very fluent from any other fighting game you played. Maybe someday the game developers would add up with a collaboration game of Killer Instinct vs. Mortal Kombat. Yeah, I would like to see that on the next Killer Instinct game.

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.