RICH REVIEWS: Hunt. Kill. Repeat. # 5

Title: Hunt. Kill. Repeat. # 5
Publisher: Mad Cave Studios
Writer: Mark London
Pencil: Francesco Archidiacono
Inker: Marc Deering
Colorist: Lee Loughridge
Cover: Ryan Kincaid
Letterer: Rus Wooton
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Hermes and Zeus and other Gods and Goddess’ are attending Hermes’ wedding to Medusa. Artemis and Medusa are great friends and we see the ease which with they talk to each other.
The art here is gorgeous illustrating the Gods in nonfighting scenes. The colors are so bright and beautiful.
It is wonderful to see all the positive love here. Hermes and Medusa’s love and Artemis’s. Then it all goes south. Medusa is somehow framed. This part of the story needed to be explained better.
Artemis now needs Medusa’s help yet being locked away for years has changed her. This Medusa is now a hideous monster rather than a loving Goddess. Medusa is out for blood. The illustrations of her changes will leave you afraid. If you thought snakes alone in her hair could be scary now it has gone far beyond that.
Artemis must do something she never thought she would. It must be done to give her a fighting chance against Zeus. Zeus is actually portrayed here as more like the God he is meant to be.
Artemis is ready to end this.

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