The Ravagers #2

    The Ravagers » The Ravagers #2 - Shadows of the Past released by DC Comics on August 2012.

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    Trying to hide in the “real world” while on the run from N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and its agents proves difficult for teen metas who stand out in a crowd!

    If they’re going to survive, these young heroes had better be ready to fight!



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    The Move this Time 0

    THE GOOD: I really like Ian Churchill's art. I think that it is very clean but has a sketchy feeling to it that makes me like it a lot more. I also really like the amount of details he adds to the book in the backgrounds. There is also a lot of facial expressions that I think all comics need to make the whole story feel convincing. I really like the story here even though it's extremely simple. They are still being tracked down my Harvest. I really like that we are seeing Harvest move on in this...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    If Beast Boy is so important, where is he?! 0

    So, despite the first issue not holding my interest at all, and the fact that I dropped the series quickly, I still managed to get a hold of issue 2, and I might as well talk about it. While this is a superior issue, there are more than a few problems that hold this series back from being anything more than average at best.The first thing you'll immediately notice is how quickly they were to drop the cast down from what looked like dozens of former Ravagers that escaped with the main group down ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Trust Issues 0

    Despite the lack of the first cover's embarrassing error, this cover's not nearly as good. The black background and over abundance of shadow.... tentacle... things... is a weak and lazy attempt to avoid a sense of emptiness to the cover. It actually CREATES one since it helps the whole image feel more flat. Also part of this is the way everyone is taking up pretty much the same amount of space despite being in different positions. It's just boring. Too flat.Luckily this does not extend to Chirch...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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