The GeeksverseDanger Girl And The Army of Darkness #1 – Late Review

Danger Girl And The Army of Darkness #1 – Late Review
Published on Thursday, May 26, 2011 by

Written by: Andy Hartnell
Art by: Chris Bolson
Colors: Adriano Lucas
Letters: Marshall Dillon
Cover Art: A- J. Scott Campbell; B- Paul Renaud; C- Nick Bradshaw
Editor: Joseph Rybandt

I have a confession to make. I’m a Danger Girl fan. I like the idea of the book and the premise. Always have.

And I like the Army of Darkness. I’ve only seen the Army of Darkness movie, not the Evil Dead movies, and never read any of the comics. But I enjoyed Army of Darkness.

So when I heard there was a Danger Girl/Army of Darkness crossover, it got me interested.

And I enjoyed this alot.

The thing is that this has a different feel then previous Danger Girl comics. It’s more serious then previous. And it’s a tone that fits the premise of the book. It still has the sense of fun and adventure but it’s also more serious. And it’s a tone that I like better.

It’ll probably be considered a mortal sin by Danger Girl fans, but I like Bolson’s work better then Campbells. It’s like the tone, Bolson’s work is more serious. Campbell’s work just can’t be taken serious because of it’s style. But Bolson covers all the basis required for a Danger Girl book: adventure, beautiful women, action.

Danger Girl And The Army of Darkness #1 receives
4 out of 5

I’ve enjoyed Danger Girl before but I like the more serious tone that Hartnell and Bolson give this series.

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