Written by: Clint Stoker
Art by: Ignacio Lazaro, Damian Penalba, Kelsey Shannon (cover)
Sweet Comics, 56 Pages
I’m actually glad that I got the two graphic novels for Downcast at the same time, as it helped me retain the plot details due to not waiting months between the volumes.
Although, I still shouldn’t have slept on this when the first one came out because I like the series a lot.
This one concludes the story but I hope that Clint Stoker and the same creative team eventually get back together to tell us another tale in this universe.
This picks up where the first one left off and it resolves all the issues that our heroes were faced with.
Ultimately, they are in over their heads due to stumbling on a unique power courtesy of a MacGuffin. I don’t want to spoil it because I’d rather people read this. Using that MacGuffin, they try to free their father who was imprisoned by a fascist government. All the while, they piss off that government and find themselves on the run while still trying to complete their difficult objective.
The story maintained its quality and the satisfying ending makes this volume a little bit better, overall.
As with the first one, I also really dug the art style and the look of the book.
If you’re still able to get this, you should definitely give it a shot.
Pairs well with: its predecessor, as well as other crowdfunded indie comics.