RICH REVIEWS: Monster Matador # 10

Title: Monster Matador # 10
Publisher: 2510 Press
Story and Art: Steven Prince
Colors: Albini
Cover Art: Sergio Rios
Price: $ .99 US (digital)
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: More actors/action stars or are they the real thing as in Luke Skywalker and many more. It is fun to pick out and identify the various famous people drawn into the story. There are lots of them. They are drawn well enough so you can easily identify who they are. These are fun to see and see their personalities matching perfectly with who they are modeled on.
The Monster Matador has arrived. He is shown as a man of bravery. He confronts the giant monster head on. He does not flinch. His character though needs to be explored more, who is he and why does he do what he does?
The big fight scene with the monster and Monster Matador is anti-climatic. The actual fight has its moments. It could be illustrated better to show the action.
The ending to the comic is clever and well done. It is a great use of several characters portraying actors.
This comic just gets better as it goes on.

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