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Blood, blood, everywhere! 0

(No Spoilers)Another solid issue of Ravagers as the team's confrontation with Brother Blood escalates. Seeds for DC's upcoming crossover "Rotworld" are planted here and continue to show the connectedness of the New 52. My only disappointment with the issue is that we got filler artists and we're only four issues into the series. But thankfully the fill-in artists were good so it didn't' detract from the story.I am so glad I'm caught up on Animal Man and Swamp thing because they have established ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Ravagers #4 Review 0

Ravagers #4 ReviewOverview:The team plus Beast Boy and Terra face off against Brother Blood.The Good:The story is pretty good, the team gets rescued by some fan favorites and Beast Boy gets pretty intense. Brother Blood is a pretty good villain; the way he is portrayed as irreverent and sarcastic is fairly unique to him and makes him entertaining. The issue really shows how Beast Boy is really a hero at heart, rescuing the team when it is none of them would rescue him in the reverse situation. T...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

And Blood Leads to Doom 0

This cover's pretty simple, not too engrossing. But it's the only bit of Ian Churchill's art we get to see this issue, because Daniel Sampere and Stefano Martino fill in pencils for this issue. There's no story justification, and I can't figure out another major reason because there's not a whole lot of little complicated things drawn here. A lot of this issue is massive panels with simple images. It's the easiest issue to be lazy with. On the art side at least, the words in this issue are ridic...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Ravagers #4 0

THE GOOD: Daniel Sampere and Stefano Martino both do the artwork in this issue. There isn't a huge difference between their styles so you may not notice it. I really like the amount of details that they both put into their work. The way they draw the characters is also very fun to look at. The expressions on the characters too makes them come alive. The story is much more focused on action. We get to see Beast Boy and Terra save the rest of the team. This issue was great because you got to see h...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Psychotic Perspective: The Ravagers #4 0

UnchainedThe Ravagers so far has been a pretty good series. There are definitely some problems with it, but overall, it has been a pleasant surprise. Does this issue continue to deliver quality entertainment, or is the quality of the series beginning to degrade?In this issue, The Ravagers have been captured by the forces of Brother Blood, and Beast Boy and Terra mount a rescue.Displeasure RisingI am growing tired of this series. This is the forth issue, and The Ravagers are still bouncing around...

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