..you start to see the wheels turn and figure that Gav is trying to redeem himself and alter the reflection of his past. So, how exactly does this work in a comic book? An honest answer – Very strangely.
We continue Starve with Gavin resolving relationships from his past and finding out the price of ending relationships in the present.
Starve in which we meet Gavin Cruickshank living, or surviving it appears, in Southeast Asia. He’s currently living amongst a city populated by friends in circles you could probably describe as ‘sketchy’.
In the final chapter to its first arc, can Rathraq regain his body or will he be betrayed yet again? Find out in Rumble #5
Another month passes and with Rumble #4 the plot begins to thicken once again, as new secrets are revealed and hilarity ensues. For those of you still on the catch up, have no fear as the pacing and content within this issue still puts forward the series main story and character relationships however you will not be privy to a few back-stories and exchanges contained in the previous three issues of Rumble.
Rumble #3 begins on a dynamic shot of Rathraq charging into battle with his war-hound in tow. The image itself conjures images of pagan warrior types with a bit of Conan and the art styling of Adrian Smith.
Scarecrow walks into a bar- not its not the set-up for a bad joke, rather a precursor for the supernatural action that is Rumble!
Rumble #1 is perhaps the wildest concept I’ve encountered this year within the comics medium. A scarecrow possessed by the spirit of a viking warrior, fighting demons in the present day.
The Goon v.1 Written and Art by Eric Powell. Reviewed by Graham Robertson As is often the case when you have a creator/writer/artist running the show. You… Read more »