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Jenny Zero Volume II: Small Victories #4 Review: Team Zero Jumps into Action Against the Resurrected Kaiju

Jenny Zero Volume II: Small Victories #4 Review: Team Zero Jumps into Action Against the Resurrected Kaiju

Jenny Zero Volume II: Small Victories #4 Review: Team Zero Jumps into Action Against the Resurrected Kaiju

Let me just start by saying this, I am a complete and chubby sucker for any Kaiju that just so happens to walk by shaking their oversized goodies in my direction. I absolutely love Kaijus and everything that goes along with them. So, when I had the opportunity to read Dark Horse‘s Jenny Zero Volume II: Small Victories #4 I expected nothing short of this series being an absolute delight.

Written and lettered by Dave Dwonch and Brockton McKinney with art and cover by Magenta King. This hit all of the things I want to see when someone punches a giant monster in the face. Now, this was my first experience with this story, so the back story was a complete mystery to me, so I was unaware of the back stories of these characters or their motivations, but I feel that one of the signs of a good comic is the ability to jump in at any point in the run and be able to enjoy the book and this issues did just that

Jenny Zero Volume II: Small Victories #4 Review: Team Zero Jumps into Action Against the Resurrected Kaiju

For me, the next major aspect that draws me into a comic is the art, that this book also delivers. King’s style was a perfect fit for this story. The character design is great, the Kaiju looks awesome, and the environment is killer. The scale of the action and panel layout takes you inside the action and makes you feel like you are watching a mix of killer anime and classic Japanese monster flicks.

The colors were fine, not really my favorite part but not horrible either. I’m not sure if this happens often, but the book credits two people with coloring the book, pages 1-9 done by Arnaldo Robles, and pages 10-28 done by Geraldo Filho.

The issue wastes no time with getting into action. We meet our heroes in a limo, like most of us am I right? The city of Japan is then attacked by a Kaiju going by the name of The Overking, which we are told killed our main character Jenny’s father, Jenny we learn is now in a relationship with fellow passenger Alpha. Chaos and betrayal ensue, and Jenny must defeat The Overking using in her words “a fist fulla unresolved daddy issues”.

So, if you are a fan of seeing a giant lady kick the shit out of a jerk face Kaiju with the help of childhood trauma and her trusted arm parasite weapons then do yourself a favor and pick this issue up yesterday.

Tom Fernandez
Tom Fernandez

Thomas Fernandez was born in the untamed wilds of Arizona where he learned to hunt the wild street taco and perform the ancient tribal dance of twerking. He is now raising a son to follow in his footsteps and destroy the evil Cruisian Empire.

Source: Dark Horse

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