Logan’s Run: Rebirth #1

7 Overall Score
Art: 7/10
Dialogue: 7/10
Story: 7/10

The story line is engaging, and writer Paul Salamoff wields a solid pen. The art by V. Kenneth Marion reflects the style we are accustomed to in the Logan series, and that’s not a bad thing.

Not a good place to start the series if you're a new reader.

 

Logan’s Run: Rebirth #1
Salamoff, Marion, Alfonso
Blue Water Comics
2013

On another special episode of the “Both Barrels Comic Book Review,” I’ll be going on the newest installation of the Logan’s Run series, Logan’s Run: Rebirth #1. A solid installment in the series, this book marks the return of Logan-6 and his family, and fills us in on the creation of the Thinker, and some of the story about how the system started to come crashing down.

The story line is engaging, and writer Paul Salamoff wields a solid pen. The art by V. Kenneth Marion reflects the style we are accustomed to in the Logan series, and that’s not a bad thing.

For people new to the line of books, this isn’t a great place to start (as is true with most story lines that feature the subtitle “Rebirth”), but for fans of the series, this is the follow up they’ve been waiting for since Aftermath. All in all, I’d say grab it.

 

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