Damage #1 (2017)

Damage #1 (2017)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

Tasked as the government's own living, breathing, ticking time bomb, Ethan retains no control when the monster takes over. Cheaper than a nuclear warhead and twice as effective, Ethan fights to rein in the damage he unleashes when the beast inside him springs free for one hour a day. With everyone around him in danger, Ethan struggles to contain the DAMAGE he inflicts on the DC Universe. RATED T+
Date Available: 12/20/2017
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Even with a guest appearance by the Suicide Squad, this new age of heroes seems to be at a slow start. This is a lackluster version of the Creature Commandoes. An unwilling man into monster character that is forced into working for the Armed Forces. And I definitely see some similarities between Damage and Major Liggett and a certain Marvelous green skinned behemoth and an army Major. Issue 1 gives us very little back story, no idea what powers Damage has during his Hour of Power (old Hourman reference!). And while the artwork is extra-ordinary, the book seems to serve no real link to the DCU even though it's the heir apparent to the Damage title.

I give it 5 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Tasked as the government's own living, breathing, ticking time bomb, Ethan retains no control when the monster takes over. Cheaper than a nuclear warhead and twice as effective, Ethan fights to rein in the damage he unleashes when the beast inside him springs free for one hour a day. With everyone around him in danger, Ethan struggles to contain the DAMAGE he inflicts on the DC Universe. RATED T+
Date Available: 12/20/2017
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Even with a guest appearance by the Suicide Squad, this new age of heroes seems to be at a slow start. This is a lackluster version of the Creature Commandoes. An unwilling man into monster character that is forced into working for the Armed Forces. And I definitely see some similarities between Damage and Major Liggett and a certain Marvelous green skinned behemoth and an army Major. Issue 1 gives us very little back story, no idea what powers Damage has during his Hour of Power (old Hourman reference!). And while the artwork is extra-ordinary, the book seems to serve no real link to the DCU even though it's the heir apparent to the Damage title.

I give it 5 out of 10 Grahams


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