RICH REVIEWS: Black Hood Vol. 2 # 3
Title: Black Hood Vol. 2 # 3
Publisher: Dark Circle Comics
Writer: Duane Swierczynski
Artist: Greg Scott
Letterer: Rachel Deering
Colorist: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Cover Artist: Greg Smallwood
Variant Cover Artist: Michael Walsh
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.darkcirclecomics.com , www.archiecomics.com
Comments: Greg is being stalked by the Nobody. A killer out to erase all the god Greg has done as the Black Hood. The art does show just how sick and evil Nobody is as we see an empty high chair where there was a baby.
This thing between Greg and Nobody is hurting and killing a lot of innocent people. There is a lot of brutality going on here. The Nobody is obsessed with Greg in this dark comic.
It is so cool the way a grandmother sends out an instagram the writer of this comic and another real-life writer.
The ending to this issue will leave you stunned.
The backup story is from Red Circle Comics Group, The Black Hood # 1, June 1983. Written by Robin Snyder and Marv Channing with art by Al McWilliams. Here Kip Burland is the Black Hood.
The art style as long as the colors do not blend together when they are darker is great.
The Black goes to the rescue of those in need. He sees action and hard fighting. Kip is one hard boiled do-gooder.
The Black Hood strikes from the shadows to deliver his own blazing brand of justice.