Review – Kult #3

Writer: Jeremy Barlow
Artist: Iwan Nazif
Colorist: Micheal Atiyeh
Cover Artist: Jake Murray
Published By: Dark Horse Comics

 

In the last issue,  Herzog opened Tomas’ mind to truth of the world as it is, the human race as slaves, and that he has the power to change the future. After a using his new abilities Tomas and new traveling companion Cassie Boyer narrowly escape death. Worried about the safety of his daughters, they teleport to Lillyvine Hospital the where Tomas children are staying.

Issue #3 –  Tomas and Cassie  are making their way through the hospital to see if Mary & Agnes are safe, on the way they run into Mark someone Tomas helped awhile back with his aid they reached the children’s ward only to find that all the children including Tomas daughters are in a comatose state, this cause’s Tomas to break down and leaves him open for an attack by Astaroth who’s disgusted as Cassie, once again Tomas has stumble into another life or death situation and must use his new-found powers to survive ……..

In a comic where there are  multiple realities, I have to say Atiyeh and Nazif’s transition from each world goes along admirably. Throughout  the issue Nazif’s Artwork along with Atiyeh’s coloring is first-rate, the reader should have now problem telling the difference between each reality, the Kult team deserves recognition for how great the series is coming together.

Like I said I’m interested on seeing how the Kult world evolves, I recommend Dark Horse’s Kult # 3 which is out now! So go check it out…….

Story:★★★½☆ 
Art:★★★½☆ 
Dialog:★★★☆☆ 
Overall:★★★½☆