RICH REVIEWS: Compu-M.E.C.H. # 4
Title: Compu-M.E.C.H. # 4
Publisher: Monolith Comics
Writer/Artist/Letters/Colors/Cover: Theodore Raymond Riddle
Editor Monolith Comics: Richard Vasseur
Assistant Editor: Melissa Riddle
Price: $ 13.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: There is a creature in the Pacific Ocean and it is huge and menacing. The colors on it are done so well. They are bright and bold.
The recap shows M.E.C.H. as a hero which he is. The art and the poses used clearly bring across his character.
The underwater suit for M.E.C.H. is a nice design. As M.E.C.H. auto-piloted by Tommy dives into the ocean to retrieve the radioactive canister you know he is on a collision course with that terrifying monstrous creature. The suspense is built up.
As M.E.C.H. fights the creature you can feel the deadly danger that it presents.
M.E.C.H. also gets to take on some smugglers. There is lots of action here.
A rich man, Ralph Lark finds himself stranded on an island. As M.E.C.H. starts his search for Ralph he is illustrated in a beautifully rendered pose floating in the sky. Than as M.E.C.H. finds Ralph he also finds a tiger and uses a unique way to defeat it.
One thing that stands out in this issue and the previous ones is that Dr. Green and Tommy both want to help others. Both are pure in what they wish to achieve.
Tommy using M.E.C.H. has declared war on illegal weapons. Now though they are fighting back the criminals with those illegal weapons.
This comic is full of all-out action in the Mighty Monolith Style you do not want to miss this.