BRZRKR Issue #3 proves that you don’t judge a book by its cover or a comic by its first issue. This third outing is epic mainly because of the character development. I really liked how younger Berserker was growing outside of his conditioning by his father.
This chapter also reinvokes the duality of man. Once his father’s village was the victim of raids by outsiders, and just when the coin landed on the other side, Berserker’s dad became a raider.
Although, I did not find the previous two issues as insanely awesome as this one, there has been one consistent pattern in all three and that is the action. From start to finish, Keanu Reeves’ debut as a comic-book writer lets him play John Wick on the page. Let’s also not forget Matt Kindt’s contribution as co-author, and of course, Ron Garvey’s tenure as the main artist of the series.
The ending was the best part of BRZRKR Issue #3. A collective body is trying to tame BRZRKR again, but just like the Marvel Comics character Wolverine, the people trying to control the former will learn that a warrior can be physically influenced but their heart is always free.
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3 issues are out as of July 10, 2021. There will be a total of 12 and I’ll be reviewing them one by one on Literary Retreat. Reviews of BRZRKR’s issues can be collectively found here.
Let’s see what John Wick and company have in store for us in the next round.