D4ve #3 (Monkeybrain/Comixology)

D4ve3

Rating: 4.5/5 – Who would’ve thought a comic book without humans could be so good?
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Gilad Levin.

Ryan Ferrier tells a great tale of a robotic world being invaded by aliens. It’s wondrous how he and the artist, Valentin Roman can work together and convey emotions on robots with largely featureless faces. The story is fast-paced and has some very unexpected twists.  You can pick it up on Comixology: http://www.comixology.com/D4VE-3/digital-comic/76839

Ferrier does a great job at incorporating multiple storylines into D4ve’s journey, thus making it much more complex. I love the relationship between D4ve and his “son” 5cotty. Every scene that they were in together makes me laugh.  Valentin Roman has the very difficult task in this book and he manages to accomplish it- he draws a human-less society but still makes it recognizable. Every character has a unique design and every robot looks different.

D4ve just keeps getting better with every issue and by the looks of it, the next issue will kick things up another notch. D4ve #3 offers a great story with great art and is a must read for every sci-fi fan.

Reviewed by: Gilad Levin
(gilad@comicspectrum.com
)
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