COMIC REVIEW - CARNAGE U.S.A #5
When i said **** goes down in this issue, I mean **** REALLY goes down in this issue. Because you have action scenes between Symbiote Animals, A cripple fight and a big *** explosion to end this insanity..... but what disappoints me is the pacing of this book, At some point it does feel a bit speeded up quite a bit and details here and there with ending feels abit rushed and the outcome of it feels a little bit too fast, The ending should've been a tad bit longer for a little development for the characters. But that was just my one complaint though, i do love this series as a whole, it is as good as Carnage (2010), I still haven't read Carnage: Family Feud though. The Writing in this book is pretty decent, i like how much the characters feel and sounds classic yet this book takes place in modern times, examples like THE THING and his grandpa-ish mannerisms, SPIDER-MAN who has a balanced attitude (not too jokey, not too corny, but when it's serious he gets serious), And Clint Barton being Clint Barton. I've always been a fan of Crain's art, I do love the art he did in this book especially when i first read Carnage (2010), I think that in it is somewhat a new step (because it feels like looking a Photoshopped picture that doesn't look bad) . This issue is straightforward yet simple with the typical HEROES ALWAYS WINS ending, but it is hinting that this will have a sequel (I have to admit it is kinda choppy at some point). This issue is a great book, it has one problem which is unfortunate but the book still stands out.