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REVIEW: ‘Kill Them All’ is def a non-stop action comic

 
Kill Them All cover
Kill Them All cover
Kill Them All cover

 
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Story by: Kyle Starks
 
Art by: Kyle Starks
 
Colors by: Kyle Starks
 
Letters by: Kyle Starks
 
Cover by: Kyle Starks
 
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5/ 5


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-Simple story is given weight by the action, humor, and character moments; frantic pacing -Simple art looks well done in action pieces


To sum it all up..

Assassins and cops mixed with a high body count don’t necessarily mix well. This comic has it all and loads of fun. Kyle Starks, both writer and artist, introduces the reader to two detectives and an assassin in a frantic fashion. These two parties may be deemed as separate but they’re united as the comic […]

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Posted July 15, 2017 by

 
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Kill Them All cover

Assassins and cops mixed with a high body count don’t necessarily mix well. This comic has it all and loads of fun.

Kyle Starks, both writer and artist, introduces the reader to two detectives and an assassin in a frantic fashion. These two parties may be deemed as separate but they’re united as the comic moves forward. The story is simple, these two parties want to climb up a building to face their common target and with a story like this, there’s a ton of action to be found. Action is as frantic as the opening pages of this comic with every piece looking nicely choreographed along with some comedy that almost comes off as improvisational if this were a film. To break up the action, there’s a number of character moments that focus on backstories. It delivers and ultimately takes away the worry that there might be too much action.

Starks’ art is simple but there’s a lot of thought to it in terms of how easy it is to look at during action pieces. Colors certainly pop during gunfights, explosions and fist fights. The art is equally as fun as the mayhem happening in the story itself.

Kyle Starks’ Kill Them All is like a nonstop action film on paper, engaging the reader with a simple story that comes with a wildly paced plot, simplistic art that captures the action really well, and some neat character moments to break up all the mayhem. It’s definitely worth the read whether you’re looking for an action oriented comic or just a great comic in general.

 


Carlos Alcazaren

 


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