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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Broken World #1

 
Broken World #1 cover
Broken World #1 cover
Broken World #1 cover

 
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Story by: Frank J. Barbiere
 
Art by: Christopher Peterson
 
Colors by: Marissa Louise
 
Cover by: Christopher Peterson
 
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3/ 5


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To sum it all up..

Broken World #1 by Frank J. Barbiere, Christopher Peterson and Marissa Louise is the first issue to what seemed to be a typical the-end-of-the-world disaster story……..until the ending of the issue that is. The comic has the elements of a disaster story right off the bat. The way it’s presented here is that the reader’s […]

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Posted June 5, 2015 by

 
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Broken World #1 cover

Broken World #1 by Frank J. Barbiere, Christopher Peterson and Marissa Louise is the first issue to what seemed to be a typical the-end-of-the-world disaster story……..until the ending of the issue that is.

The comic has the elements of a disaster story right off the bat. The way it’s presented here is that the reader’s already nearing the impending event itself instead of just seeing the beginning of it all. The characters are established well and the dialogue’s also fit for this kind of story. You don’t really see any hiccups in this issue whatsoever. When it comes to the tone, the issue feels a bit light for a disaster story though the tone changes by the time you get to the last few moments of the issue as you feel the impending doom about to happen.

Christopher Peterson’s artwork looks clean and you can see the emotions given by the characters are expressive and his work on the environments also look clean but you still get the feeling that you’re looking at earth nearing its end.

Marissa Louise compliments Peterson’s work well with her colors. Her work here really fits with the tone this comic was aiming for. The characters look smooth and the environments look good as well because of how colorful it looks for a disaster story.

With the familiar setup, Broken World #1 does well for a disaster piece but has enough to stand out from other standard disaster stories once you get a look at the art and that surprising twist at the end of the issue.


Carlos Alcazaren

 


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