We are always a sucker for a great post-apocalyptic comic book story and Savage Squad 6 #1 from Dark Horse Comics did not disappoint. Written by Robert Venditti & Brockton McKinney, with artwork from Dalts Dalton, colors by Geraldo Filho, and lettering by Micah Myers, Savage Squad 6 takes readers on a thrilling post-apocalyptic adventure.
The year is 2037, the world has been destroyed by a brutal war, and the remnants of civilization are hunted down by a ruthless group known as The Scourge. In this bleak and dangerous world, only one hope remains for the people of the central colonies – the elite Savage Squad 6.
Post-apocalyptic stories have always been fascinating, exploring the depths of human endurance and survival. The Savage Squad 6 pdelivers a gripping, action-packed story that will keep readers hooked from the first panel. The end of the world premise is a well-worn one, but the creators of Savage Squad 6 bring a fresh perspective that is sure to delight fans of the genre.
The storytelling in Savage Squad 6 is wonderful, with great pacing, a perfect mix of action, suspense, and drama.
Despite being a team, each member of the Savage Squad 6 is unique and well-developed, making them stand out as individuals. Whether it’s their backstories, their motivations, or their personalities, each character is distinctive and interesting. Readers will find themselves rooting for these brave soldiers as they face challenges that would break lesser men.
The lettering by Micah Myers is also noteworthy, adding a layer of depth and emotion to the characters’ dialogue. From the frenetic action scenes to the heartfelt conversations between squad members, the lettering adds to the immersion of the story.
Savage Squad 6 is a wild ride from start to finish and hits local comic shops on July 12, 2023.
Praise for Savage Squad 6 Writers:
“Jenny Zero” #1 combines fantastic visuals with an intriguing story for a promising debut issue.”—Multiversity Comics
“This issue features both a pitch perfect continuation of the classic Superman films and a stand-alone, continuity free Superman tale. The script captures the voices of the characters and the actors, while the art is absolutely fantastic. This is a must-read for any fan.”—ButWhyTho on Superman ’78 #1