Prophet: Earth War #4 Review
Art: Giannis Milonogiannis, Simon Roy and Grim Wilkins
Writing: Brandon Graham, Simon Roy
Published by: Image Comics
My heart skipped a beat when I saw that this title was up for review because I still have all of my old prophet comics from the 90s. Image comics revives one of its flagship titles in profit earth war.
Visually it is a great effort the art throughout the series is pretty breathtaking driven home by the excellent covers throughout the series so far. The Art team of Giannis Milonogiannis, Simon Roy and Grim Wilkins really shine as well as the covers from Sandra Lanz.
Where this title fall short is the story being a bit hard to follow there seems to be an influx of very interesting looking characters with absolutely no back story whatsoever the reader is thrust into action almost from the first page without any sort of clue as to what even the conflict is about. The action scenes are by far the most the most redeeming quality of the story.
For the hard-core nostalgic image comics fan this title is definitely for you, but for the casual fan it’s best to possibly just leave this one on the shelf.