Review: Danger Club #7

Ready for the shortest review ever? Well it’s happening because Danger Club #7 was a fast read. It was good issue, but there isn’t anything I can say that would be in-depth about it. It stars our character on the front cover and he narrates as he saves the universe… maybe. I have to read the next issue which is 100% what this issue ensures, that you’ll be back for the next issue. Really though there isn’t much else to say about it. I enjoyed it and clearly Landry Q. Walker knows what he’s doing and were he’s taking the story. I don’t think this is the grand finale because there wasn’t that same level of pop and surprise that the rest of the series has had, but it definitely fills in some blanks on the series. That and there’s for sure an eighth issue coming.

Danger-Club-#7-2-26-15Eric Jones and Michael Drake are the stars of the show as the art drives the issue from beginning to end. And I mean that. The art is where you’re going to get the bulk of the story and really experience what it is the creative team is doing here. It’s beautiful, really beautiful.

I wish there was more to say, but some of its abstract and the rest of it is straight forward. You need to come back for the next issue. You’ll want to come back for the next issue and while this issue didn’t have that “oh shit” moment that the other issues have, it’s still a solid issue be it a little hollow at the same time.

Really this issue didn’t need a review, but I wanted to talk about it. I don’t want people to forget about it. Maybe I’m selling the ending short, but I also didn’t like Final Crisis and this has a touch of that so it could just be me.

Come back for more, I’ll be here patiently waiting for what’s next.

Score: 3/5

Danger Club #7 Writer: Landry Q. Walker Artist: Eric Jones Colorist: Michael Drake Publisher: Image Comics Price: $2.99 Release Date: 2/25/15 Format: Print/Digital