BRZRKR Issue #4 is simply wow! I thought that the last issue was an improvement but this latest chapter pushed the pedal to the metal. The paramount aspect was the gore which was just bloody brilliant – no pun intended.
I also admired how writers Keanu Reeves and Matt Kindt handled the transitions between vast time periods with such finesse. Ron Garney’s artwork could use some gloss, but for what it’s worth, really helped bring the adrenaline-pumping, gut-tearing, horse beheading action to life.
It usually takes me 20 minutes on average to finish a general-length comic-book issue but with this chapter it took me only a whopping 10 minutes! I was so disappointed when I saw the 24-page issue come to an end with the dreaded to be continued message.
Just like some TV show debuts which don’t start off as eye-catching but get better with each episode, BRZRKR seems to improve with every issue. Kindt and Garney are industry veterans so maybe Reeves is the one who has managed to better himself as a first-time comic-book author in regards to the latest instalments of the storyline.
The only thing I regretted about finishing BRZRKR Issue #4 was that now I have to wait a month or so for Issue #5. I guess all good things come to those who wait after all.
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4 issues are out as of July 29, 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.