Comic Review: Dissonance TP Vol.1 (Image)

Image Comics brings you the first graphic novel of a decent Sci-Fi adventure comic book series of Dissonance. Dissonance is actually a great comic that you can’t underestimate. Ever since […]

Image Comics brings you the first graphic novel of a decent Sci-Fi adventure comic book series of Dissonance.

Dissonance is actually a great comic that you can’t underestimate. Ever since I first reviewed the first issue, I just thought that there’s more to it. I only tasted one of the ingredients so why not put it all together and mix it into one bending machine and make a nice Colada, which means that I should continue where I left off. The epic of this comic continues, and the epicness is on me. So after a few months of releasing some of the issues, Image Comics finally gets the story into one graphic novel, and this will not disappoint anyone, even though the world that this comic transforms is all about humans and aliens, and aliens that portrayed as some of the birds from the Aztec history.

So first of, after the first review of this comic, I come to conclude that one of the main characters had a terrible past about their parents’ death and Roisia had a serious injury of her eye, even though they had a thorn through their hearts. It’s like you’re going back to watching what you might call it… “General Hospital?” But how can she be so twisted in the first place? Anyway, after the funeral, some alien ghost just went soaring through the mountains and discovered a lab where the Fantasmen are being produced. You heard me, humans are being transformed into some wicked animal creatures made by some DNA, and this is actually too crazy, to begin with. Even so, the story follows between the two siblings who lost their parents and they’re actually dealing with some corrupted politicians about the Fantasmen, not to mention that Folke is taking full responsibility to take care of his sister. Meanwhile, he introduced a project to hunt the Fantasmen, but this is just an attempt for him to get his revenge. And to think that this is the only way to purify humanity, but somehow the world is changing.

Even so, the siblings were spiritually communicated by some ghost Fantasmen, and one of them has taken over. Even though the Dissonance wasn’t really a cure for humankind, it’s more of a curse to transform into a freak. But what will happen next?

I truly believe, after reading the first issue, and so on we get to learn what it means to be human. However, the story is amazing, to begin with even the tale between humans and sub-humans living together. But the shocking truth about the Fantasmen being produced is one thing than the other because somehow the readers think that the humans are being possessed by demons. Other than that, the readers didn’t disappoint after reading this comic because the story has a lot of fascinating ideas about spirituality and the nature of identity, more importantly, is that this story just makes it more interesting to learn the laws of nature of this world. If you rather a better story than any other Sci-Fi stories, then this is for you.

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.