RICH REVIEWS: Faro # 3
Title: Faro # 3
Publisher: Faro Comics
Written by: Faro Kane
Produced by: Scott Levine
Artists: Pat Broderick, Richard Clark, Robb Epps, Brian Green, Abhimanyu Rana, Hambali Junadie
Cover by: Jose Varese
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Professor Francis Kane (Faro) and Professor John Muzio are having a conversation that might shed some light on what is going on.
For some reason, the comic in is black and white here. No colour at all is being used. This does show off the pencil and inks nicely. The way the characters in this section know they are in a comic and that it has switched to black and white is an interesting touch. This fact comes out of nowhere, with no reason or explanation for it.
Muzio, Faro, Muzio’s forefather and a few others get into one knockdown hard-hitting fight.
All the players are here together. The battle lines have been drawn.
Faro is recovering in a hospital and at his bedside is none other than Abraham Lincoln. These two have one interesting conversation that you are sure to want to read.
The story does leave some mysteries. Faro though is a man who does what he has come to believe is right. Is he a hero, maybe. Or just a man doing what he feels is right.
Changing history does lead to more changes than just the one moment that is changed it is a domino effect. One change leads to other changes.
One man’s death or life can change history. The changes though might not be for the best. A great man may live but a country may die.
This comic takes you on a wild ride through time and space on a journey that you will not soon forget. The action, excitement, and mysteries will leave you wanting more.