Friday, February 26, 2010
Cosmic Book News Reviews Broken Trinity: Pandora's Box #1
Yin and yang, heaven and hell, good and evil, dualities have defined mankind since our origins. In Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box, we see this classic tale played out through an enticingly original mythos. Glorianna Silver, known as Glori, holds the powerful Ember artifact. Michael Finnegan, known as Fin, holds the equally powerful Glacier artifact. They are set on a course to destroy one another, a fate that each seem the least in control of.
Added to this is the Cult of Adam, a well financed and well trained religious sect which resembles more an army of Elite Ops rather than religious fanatics. They are after Pandora’s Box, one of thirteen magical items, along with the Ember and Glacier stones, whose power can reshape the world. Plus we see Glori and Fin's mentors, are given background on the world they inhabit, and ultimately their part in it.
Written by Rob Levin and Bryan Edward Hill, this a tightly written story. The scenes flow nicely together which creates a smooth and enjoyable read. The art work is done by Allessandro Vitti who makes very interesting choices. The action is bold and pronounced, with panels overlaying one another to convey force and movement.
Read the rest of the review here.
Source: Cosmic Book News