Fight Girls #2
If there is one thing Fight Girls doesn’t lack, it’s action. For that matter, you would be hard pressed to find anything falling short in this book. Fight Girls is more than just a sci-fi action-adventure story. Humor, monsters and now a mysterious new subplot, Fight Girls #2 delivers on all fronts.
Written by: Frank Cho
Art by: Frank Cho
Colors by: Sabine Rich
Letters by: Sal Cipriano
With the premise of the story well established, Fight Girls #2 was able to jump right into the action and not look back. Page to page, panel to panel, Frank Cho’s pacing of the story is neither rushed nor plodding, which creates a quick and very satisfying read.
Fight Girls #2 adds another layer to what was already a fascinating story. While the subplot may be one that has been done before, it will no doubt help enhance the story and create some depth for the characters involved. Even if Fight Girls just stuck with it’s initial premise, it would still be a fantastic book. However, adding something extra to the story ensures Fight Girls won’t go stale.
Cho has a distinct vision for this world, the environments and the monsters who inhabit them — for which he draws beautifully. Cho has a tremendous ability to draw massive, grand-scale action sequences that create great suspense alongside the storytelling.
Overall, Fight Girls continues the long list of books from AWA/Upshot Studios that have become must-reads. Through the first two issues, Cho has created a world that is Hunger Games meets Las Vegas sports book — and I can’t get enough.
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