No One Left To Fight II #1 (REVIEW)

Oct 11, 2021


No One Left To Fight II #1
Dark Horse Comics

Vale, Timor and Krysta were long overdue for a second arc. If nothing else, Vale and Timor had a few things to settle, which Aubrey Sitterson addresses pretty much right away in No One Left To Fight II #1. Though, I have a hard time imagining this issue will mark the end of their back-and-forth.

Written by: Aubrey Sitterson
Pencils by: Fico Ossio
Colors by: Raciel Avila
Letters by: Taylor Esposito

That was much-needed for those who read the first five issues of Sitterson and Fico Osio’s series. But, what actually stood out most was how Krysta handled the situation. We’ve seen her deal with her husband Timor quite a bit, but her approach to Vale was eye-opening. These two are arguing as if she has no say, and it’s so easy as an outsider to get lost in their tension — when in reality, the conflict between the two of them only means so much. Hopefully, Sitterson can explore that some more.

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I’d also like to see more of The Hierophant — the villain we saw later in the first arc. The story’s focus went from drama to chaotic action when he came into play, and who wouldn’t want a little more wild action to go along with all this tension?

Not to be lost in all the conflict is Ossio’s amazing artwork. Although, that’s probably the first thing anyone notices when anyone reads a book featuring his work. His work, combined with Sitterson addressing real issues in a bizarre world make this a series anyone can enjoy.

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