Click the link to see Paul Montgomery’s write-up (and his full disclosure: he has a story in this volume).
The second issue of Sparrow & Crowe: The Demoniac of Los Angeles was reviewed by Jake Baumgart of Newsarama.com.
Here are some of our favorite highlights:
“This second issue of the indie darling Sparrow and Crowe raises the stakes but also raises the quality.”
“…writers David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers write the kind of characterization that series are built off of.”
“Jared Souza steps it up in this second issue as well with pencils that rest between John Romita, Jr. and Noah Van Sciver.”
The full review can be found here. (Review at the bottom of the page.)
Kristine Chester has a new early review of Sparrow & Crowe #1 up at Fanboy Comics.
Here are a few bits we like:
Accampo and Rogers did a great job pacing this first issue. They waste no time getting to the action and manage to convey a lot of backstory and characterization along the way. No big monologue is necessary to explain who Crowe is; his actions convey his characteristics.
And regarding Jared’s art:
Artist Jared Souza complements the writing with his art’s cinematic feel. There is a lot of detail in his artwork, which lends a gritty, lived in feel to the world. Souza even switches the angles of the “camera” frequently, using perspective to enhance each scene.
Read the full review HERE.