Written by George T. Singley IV and Jim Mitchel, drawn by Benjamin Morse
Wargod is aided by the heroes united while patrolling silver city. They try to recruit him but he declines. Later he investigates the seemingly new team and their fast expanding ranks.They appear to be on the straight and narrow but he still thinks something is off. He accepts a tour of their HQ realizing they are also into promoting education, healthcare and charity. Just as he starts to buy what their selling he gets a message from his father osiris warning him that he is in danger and the world is dying. Before he can find out more the message mysteriously ends.
What I thought
Love the art featured in this issue! I also though it had great action! The bold dynamic colors are hot. If you want to check it out do so from IndyPlanet. On the flip side Curt’s powers are not well defined and he’s not the most likeable character out there. Thankfully the art, colors, mystery and action really sink their hooks in and never let go.
Overall Wargod was a cool addition to the black superhero pantheons with good potential. Great action, hot colors and slick art. I give it a 3/5