Geek Readers take a look at the second issue in The Strange Talent of Luther Strode mini-series.
Credits & Solicit Info:
Writer: Justin Jordan
Art: Tradd Moore
Color: Felipe Sobrierio
Publisher: Image Comics
If you haven't jumped into The Strange Talent of Luther Strode yet, do so if you can still find a copy of issue one. Last issue, we saw protagonist Luther Strode suddenly go from geeky loser getting picked on at school to destroying the school bully with one punch as he suddenly starts developing powers. Readers also got a peek at another subplot featuring an older guy named "The Librarian" with captives that seem to be superpowered as well, though his motives and plans have yet to be revealed.
I'm having a lot of fun with this book. The slightly cartoony-looking art combined with the over the top violence is perfectly suited to the writing. The interaction between the cast is great with some genuinely funny moments. Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore are doing a good job of showing a lighthearted beginning to Luther's story while foreshadowing something heavier going on in the background. I'm sure the Librarian's plan, whatever it is, is bound to come to a head soon and shake things up for Luther Strode.
Review by: Geek Readers
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