Blackout #1 Review Roundup!

03/26/2014 5:44pm
Scott Travers’s special suit lets him move through our world unseen and untouchable within a shadowy parallel dimension—but he doesn’t know how the suit works or where it came from. With his benefactor missing and unfriendlies after his Blackout gear, Scott must find answers before the answers find him!



This was a solid start for Blackout. Even better considering that this isn't the first time some have seen him, having his initial introduction in Dark Horse Presents. It helps when with this first issue there isn't time wasted on trying to flesh out Scott's character, they jump straight into the action and all you need to know is that Scott is possibly biting off more than he can chew trying to look for answers. As an action and adventure, I think we should definitely hope he does to be able to see more of what he is capable of with the Blackout suit when put against whatever supernatural threats he may face along the way. - Geeked Out Nation 
http://www.geekedoutnation.com/comic-book-reviews/review-blackout-1-deep/
" With only four issues in this series the action will certainly ramp up quickly. Luckily the creator team seems to work together well in terms of mixing both story and art to enhance key moments. Blackout's world feels futuristic and full of incredibly technology while remaining just a bit frightening. Overall a solid debut for a mini-series and worth picking up if you've been a fan of Barbiere's previous work." -Rhymes With Geek 
http://www.rhymeswithgeek.com/blackout-1-rwg-reviews/
"Overall, it is a satisfying read, one that holds some promise like the promise of Mecha for instance! Featuring some great art, a nice ultraviolent scene and good dialogue, Blackout is definitely one worth following. It will be interesting to see just what new ideas can be used when it comes to dimensional teleportation." - Fortress of Solitude 
http://www.fortressofsolitude.co.za/Book-detail/blackout-1-review/
"This was a solid start for Blackout. Even better considering that this isn't the first time some have seen him, having his initial introduction in Dark Horse Presents. It helps when with this first issue there isn't time wasted on trying to flesh out Scott's character, they jump straight into the action and all you need to know is that Scott is possibly biting off more than he can chew trying to look for answers. As an action and adventure, I think we should definitely hope he does to be able to see more of what he is capable of with the Blackout suit when put against whatever supernatural threats he may face along the way." -Geeked Out Nation 

"With only four issues in this series the action will certainly ramp up quickly. Luckily the creator team seems to work together well in terms of mixing both story and art to enhance key moments. Blackout's world feels futuristic and full of incredibly technology while remaining just a bit frightening. Overall a solid debut for a mini-series and worth picking up if you've been a fan of Barbiere's previous work." -Rhymes With Geek 

"Overall, it is a satisfying read, one that holds some promise like the promise of Mecha for instance! Featuring some great art, a nice ultraviolent scene and good dialogue, Blackout is definitely one worth following. It will be interesting to see just what new ideas can be used when it comes to dimensional teleportation." 
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