RikerDonegal July 25, 2017
11 pages of tension and build-up.
This is superb stuff. Dark and engrossing.
Not much happens. Kane, a fascinating character, spends most of the issue alone, and investigating the recently decimated remains of an African village. Grimly, he moves from clue to clue, gradually building up a picture of what must have happened. And what kind of creature(s) he is up against.
In one exceptionally horrific scene, he finds a survivor. Badly injured and disfigured. Certainly not your typical Marvel fare.
Aside from the horror/fantasy elements, Kane is also on the run from cannibals, which adds some more tension/action to the mix.