RICH REVIEWS: Compu-M.E.C.H. # 3
Title: Compu-M.E.C.H. # 3
Publisher: Monolith Comics
Writer/Artist/Letters/Cover: Theodore Raymond Riddle
Editor Monolith Comics: Richard Vasseur
Assistant Editor: Melissa Riddle
Colors: Eli Jansen
Price: $ 13.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The wildlife at the North Pole is illustrated well giving the reader a sense of the wilderness. Something is happening there and M.E.C.H. is sent to investigate.
The M.E.C.H. body is a powerfully illustrated one. He looks ready for action. The big muscles make him appear strong especially his leg muscles. Tommy the human side of M.E.C.H. is drawn lumpy he could use more definition to his body and face.
The Polar Bear drawings make it look almost like a wolf as much as it does as a bear. M.E.C.H. is drawn in a great pose flying at the North Pole. Now, something extremely unusual happens to M.E.C.H. at the North Pole he is attacked and by what you will not believe.
The art between the chapters is awesome. M.E.C.H. is illustrated as a superhero that looks like a warrior.
Tommy and Lesa start to fall in love here. You can feel the connection forming.
The colors throughout the comic are all so beautifully done.
A villain unleashes three vile monsters on the city. These things are big strong, green and very destructive. They have a target.
As M.E.C.H. Tommy has a multitude of powers and access to many weapons. Teleporting is one of them and very useful.
A thief is illustrated on one cool motorcycle. This thief has a good heart he just does not know what to do. Still, a thief is a thief.
Tommy aka M.E.C.H. is a superhero unlike any other. M.E.C.H. will thrill you with his exciting adventures.