REVIEW: “Starkweather: Immortal”

Starkweather: Immortal

Starkweather: Immortal

Written By David A. Rodriguez

Art By Patrick McEvoy

Starkweather: Immortal is another one that fell prey to my moving. It’s a shame it did too. I found myself really enjoying the collected edition of the series. It is a bit overwhelming at times, as it spends a large chunk of time in the past without the main character, but all in all it’s an exciting book.

It’s with this one that I also realize a common thread in Archaia’s books. The quality and style prevalent in their books reads more like a movie than a comic. The majority of their books easily lend to a cinematic style, and Starkweather is no exception. The fluid art style and gripping story pulls in the reader and doesn’t let go.

Despite a slow middle and a plot that seems to forget it’s main characters for long periods of time, Starkweather: Immortal is an amazing work of fantasy that stimulates the imagination and is a surefire shoe-in for a big-budget film.

About Christopher Baggett

Christopher Baggett has owned and operated The HomeWorld independently since 2009 after spinning it off from his previous concept, 'The Anime Homeworld'. In addition to journalistic endeavors, he is an aspiring novelist. Arizona born military brat Christopher currently resides in the Georgia area.

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2 comments

  1. Hey, thanks for the great review – so happy you liked it. Dave and I are glad to be a part of Archaia’s great line of books – they do all have unique yet distinctively artistic and often cinematic look to them. I’m just proud to be one of the artists in that group.

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