RICH REVIEWS: Offbeats # 1

Title: Offbeats # 1
Publisher: Guardian Knight Studios
Created by: Tom Sacchi and John Ward
Written by: John Ward
Art by: Giles Crawford
Colors by: Dan Thompson
Letters by: Henry Barajas
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: A blonde haired man finds himself playing hero and also finds a whole lot of trouble in doing so. He is shown taking a beating.
Then this man is being helped by others. Yet nothing is explained as to who they are.
The art has an old style look. It appears flat at times.
The story is all over the place making it impossible to follow. You never do learn who the blonde haired guy is not even his name. Who is he and why should we care?
The fight scenes are illustrated with some brutality in them. The blonde guy puts up a good fight but is outnumbered. What happens to him is unclear. He was hurt sure but as he lays there is he there or somewhere else and who are these people around him?
We need to know more about what is going on and who these people are to care about what is happening to them.

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