Motor Crush #2 Review
Story: Babs Tarr, Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart
Art: Babs Tarr, Cameron Stewart
Cover: Babs Tarr, Cameron Stewart (cover B)
Who exactly is Domino Swift? The racing world wants to know. With everything that’s happening, Domino better keep her head on straight or she might just lose it. Confronting her father is hard enough. Now there is a friend in need with no easy way out.
Motor Crush #2 is when the story is really about to get intense. Questions, secrets, and excuses are beginning to overwhelm Domino. The death of a friend couldn’t have helped that either. However, Domino’s not in a position to be anywhere but on top of her game. One bad move and she’s out. I’m sure that never stopped Domino Swift. What’s the point of life if you don’t take risks that could end your life?
Furthermore, I am loving Domino. Domino is a fun character, she’s tough, and she experiences human emotions.I won’t bore you with the “strong female character” speech. However, Domino fits the bill. Not to mention her awesome style! Tarr Fletcher, and Stewart have provided a character that can easily hold up. Nevertheless, there is always room for character development, and it will happen as Motor Crush progresses.
Just who is the beauty that has graced the back of Domino’s ride? Lola could be a big problem or just what Domino needs. Whatever happens next between the two is sure to make for an interesting story. You all know that there’s nothing wrong with a little romance. That’s always an option that I’m open to. Is betrayal more your style? Its always a possibility, and could prove fascinating. Whoever she is, I wonder will she be staying long. As of right now, she comes off as a damsel in distress who can’t seem to get over her past with Domino. It makes her character seem “eh” even if she is a tech genius. However, I kind of like Lola a bit and hope to see growth from her.
Tarr, Stewart, and Fletcher seem to be character/world building at the moment, and its working out just fine. As long as its not hindering the story, it’ll flow. I have no doubts for this book. Motor Crush is only in its second. Therefore, we have a ways to go and plenty of time to add on to this book. Slow and steady wins the race, but not for Domino Swift. I can only imagine the angst, sadness, anger, and hopefully joy that will come with the next issues. It’s already been a bumpy ride.