The Kamandi Challenge #11

The Kamandi Challenge #11
DC Comics

Written by: Rob Williams
Art by: Walter Simonson
Colors by: Laura Martin
Letters by: Clem Robles

We are nearly at the end of The Kamandi Challenge as we last left off with Kamandi finally finding his mother and the base being attacked by the Death Worshipers. With another issue out, Kamandi continues to bring us a wild adventure with crazy action scenes, ridiculous animals with unique skills and leaves us asking how will this all end. I really enjoyed how we finally got Kamandi back with one of his parents but sadly all good things must to come to an end. It’s a shame that Kamandi just can’t catch a break when he finally thinks he has found some rejuvenated hope in his life. The only thing I was a bit taken back from was Walter Simonson’s art in this issue as it seems inconsistent at times. Mainly Kamandi seems to be a bit smaller than I remember? Aside from that, Simonson’s style like many other artists on this run still manages to make Kamandi feel like the crazy action and adventure series that it aims to be.

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