Washed in the Blood #1 Review

Washed in the Blood #1 Review

Nolan P Smith

Diving into “Washed in the Blood #1” from Massive Publishing was a rollercoaster of the unexpected. Picture this: a kinetic, visual odyssey delving into the depths of the most ridiculous gods imaginable.

Penned by the talented Kevin Roditeli and brought to life by artists Rob Cannon, Kostas Pantoulas, and Jorge Corona, this comic is sheer madness. We’re treated to a cosmic cocktail of celestial chaos, drenched in blood and gore yet anchored by Roditeli’s gripping narrative.

The premise? A new god ascends Colt, the deity of guns. But what’s a god without devotees, without followers driven by unwavering faith? When Colt extends his hand to Kralex, a young survivor in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by loss and despair, chaos ensues. The marriage of artwork and text is seamless, showcasing the versatility of the sequential art medium.

“Washed in the Blood #1” is a fusion of organized religion, modern mythology, and punk aesthetics. It’s not for the faint of heart, but for those craving a departure from mundane comic fare, this is a must-read. Brace yourself for a genre-bending, mature-rated assault on your senses.

Rating: FOUR out of FIVE Pastrami Nations.

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