Dial H #2

    Dial H » Dial H #2 - Connection Lost released by DC Comics on August 2012.

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    Part two of the five-part opening story!

    As our hero learns to use the H DIAL, he begins to suspect there is something sinister at work.



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    Please Press The Pound Key 0

    Picking up from the first issue, we’re greeted with Nelson experimenting with the H Dial. He’s trying out different identities, seeing what he’ll turn into, and learns that the Dial’s power is not necessarily unlimited. The more frequently he uses the dial, the shorter duration for the identities. The Dial requires time to recharge its energy. In this issue, Nelson becomes:*The Human Virus*Shamanticore*Pelican Army*Double Bluff*Hole Punch*Rancid Ninja*Skeet*Control-Alt-Delete*Iron SnailThe first...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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    I seriously have to admire the sheer creative talent of China Mieville for coming up with such unique, varied, and bizarre heroes; and Mateus Santulouco for bringing Mieville's crazy visions to life. There's such a lingering anticipation throughout the comic to see just what totally off-the-wall crazy hero Nelson's going to turn into next. From amusingly bad pun Shamantaicore to the outright random Pelican Army, Mieville seems to have an infinite capacity for pure creativity, something that is a...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Getting Good 0

    THE GOOD: Mateus Santolouco is an amazing artist. I really like how sketchy it is and there is tons of details in the pages. I also really like the character designs for all the characters. They all look cool and it makes you want to read it just to see them. The colorist in this issue also do an amazing job. It's something that I noticed in this issue and it was really good. The story is spectacular. I really like seeing the different heroes in this issue. It's the same guy but everything feels...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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