No One Left to Fight #3 Review

Title: No One Left to Fight #3
Publisher: Dark Horse
Words: Aubrey Sitterson
Art: Fico Ossio
Published: September 4, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: The comic you ALWAYS wanted proudly presents ”The Coming of the Hierophant!” This year’s hottest new creative team, Aubrey Sitterson (The Comic Book Story of Professional Wrestling, G.I. Joe) and Fico Ossio (Spider- Man, Revolution), invite you to immerse yourself in their fantastical world, meeting its iconic heroes and the old nemesis who refuses to remain in the past: the dreaded, enigmatic Hierophant.

Previous Review: No One Left to Fight #2; No One Left to Fight #1


Review

“Are you just going to lay there? Wallowing? Feeling sorry for yourself! When did you become such a coward?”

Despite his success and celebrity, Vale is a broken man searching for meaning and a life different than the one he’s fought for, literally. 

What started out as an epic, anime-influenced tale about super-powered fighters, has morphed into an immersive character study that just so happens to include super-powered fighters. No one Left to Fight is more than just the sum of its parts, and as Aubrey Sitterson continues to move this story inward, I find myself becoming more and more invested. There’s much more to No One Left to Fight than meets the eye.

Speaking of meeting the eye…Fico Ossio’s artwork continues to amaze. Not only does the introduction of the Hierophant add an extra layer of depth to the story, it adds visual appeal. Character designs like that of the Hierophant cement stories like this one into the hearts and minds of readers; character designs like those featured in this series are unforgettable.

Now, would someone please adapt this story into an animated series or film, or something, please?

Bottom Line

No One Left to Fight continues to define itself as more than visually appealing fight manga and establishes itself as a must-read series.

No One Left to Fight #3
No One Left to Fight #3 Review
The Bottom Line
No One Left to Fight continues to define itself as more than visually appealing fight manga and establishes itself as a must-read series.
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Charlie Chipman
Charlie Chipman
The kind of guy who almost always ends his e-mails with, "Cheers," Charlie serves as Editor-in-Chief here at The Brazen Bull where he often reviews comic books and television shows. His favorite punctuation mark is the interrobang‽

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