Unearth #2 Review

Title: Unearth #2
Publisher: Image
Story: Cullen Bunn & Kyle Strahm
Art: Baldemar Rivas
Published: August 14, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: Escorted by military hard cases, a group of scientists descend into a strange cave system in hopes of unlocking the secrets of a flesh-warping infection. But the cave system is crawling with hideous creatures that not only twist flesh, but minds as well! Is it possible this disease is working with a ghastly purpose? The nightmarish mystery deepens as this tale of terror from writers CULLEN BUNN (REGRESSION) and KYLE STRAHM (SPREAD) and rising star artist BALDEMAR RIVAS continues!

Previous ReviewUnearth #1


Review

With the team trapped deep beneath Earth’s surface, in a unique and freighting ecosystem filled with big, bad bugs, running out of oxygen is the least of their concerns.

Unearth #2 adds additional depth to an already thought-provoking series, and although the pacing slows some in the book’s first half, come issue’s end, the excitement returns and Cullen Bunn and Kyle Strahm manage to gain momentum for the third issue. Baldemar Rivas’ art continues to impress, although there wasn’t nearly enough space written into the script for him to flex his creative muscles.

Bottom Line

Though not as thrilling as the debut, Unearth #2 adds depth and detail, all the while continuing to excite and entertain.

Unearth #2
Unearth #2 Review
The Bottom Line
Though not as thrilling as the debut, Unearth #2 adds depth and detail, all the while continuing to excite and entertain.
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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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