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REVIEW: WarBound #1


REVIEW: WarBound #1

A Promising Start

Book Title: Warbound #1

Book Description: Warbound, an immortal anti-hero on a quest for revenge. Or a delusional violent super vigilante? Villains fear him. Heroes don't trust him. Now, locked in a mental asylum for superpowers people, his only chance at freedom is a session with Dr. Kendra Jones. What truths will be revealed?

Book Author: Marcel Dupree and Guido Martinez

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: Evoluzione Publishing

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Illustrator: Guarav Shrivastava

Number Of Pages: 36

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Reviewer Notes

Dupree and Martinez have the start to a fun story, and I think future issues will be very enjoyable. However, first issues can be hard. The writing duo strike a decent balance between origin story and present time, but there’s just not enough present-day story to really get a feel for where the story will go. Warbound, the eponymous character, is set up as an anti-hero of sorts, driven by rage and revenge for the murder of his tribe by an unknown sorcerer. Origin stories can be tough. I think ultimately, I would have preferred the origin to be more spread out over 2-3 issues and have more plot revealed about the present. However, I have hope that issue 2 will dive right in to that. All that said, the art is fantastic and this is a series with a lot of potential. Warbound’s character design is well done, even if familiar, and it’s nice seeing it evolve through the ages of his revenge.

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Brett has been collecting comics for close to 30 years and is passionate about showcasing the amazing stories in Indie Comics and growing the indie community. A marketing and communications professional with a Masters of Nonprofit Management, he founded The Indie Comix Dispatch in 2020. Brett is also a member of the National Writers Union.

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