Comic Review: No One Left To Fight ll #2 (Dark Horse Comics)

As protagonists Timóra, Krysta and Vale travel to D.A.D. Incorporated to find a cure for Vale’s current condition. Unable to find what ails him on the surface, Krysta and Timóra […]

As protagonists Timóra, Krysta and Vale travel to D.A.D. Incorporated to find a cure for Vale’s current condition.

Unable to find what ails him on the surface, Krysta and Timóra are going to have to investigate internally in order to find the root cause of Vale’s ailment. Will Timóra and Krysta succeed in finding a cure for Vale? What is the Hierophant planning behind the scenes? And Will Timóra get any approval from D.A.D?

The journey that Timóra and Krysta have to go through in order to help their comrade, Vale, is nothing short of humorous fun. Just when you think that this book couldn’t get more fun and ridiculous, Aubrey Sitterson manages to balance action with comedic timing that is fitting and enjoyable to read throughout the book. The rivalry between Timóra and Vale, the sly remarks from D.A.D as he ridicules Timóra with insults by continuously declaring that Vale is the greatest warrior on the planet, all in the midst of Timóra trying to gain D.A.D’s approval as a worthy spouse for Krysta is entertaining to read. There’s tons of action and fun character moments that continue to make this book a worthwhile read.

In regards to the art department, Fico Ossio delivers great artwork that’s brimming with energy and personality. Every page layout is stunning and that’s due in part to Rachel Avila contributing beautiful colorwork alongside Ossio’s line art that makes this book stand out. There’s a lot of effort that is displayed on every page that is worth a pause or two in order to absorb what is shown on the page. Esposito provides solid lettering that pleasantly bridges the art and story together, providing room for the art to breathe while making for an easy read.

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