Updated on 16 October, 2021
Blackwater Comic is a new release from DC comics. It's written by Greg Berlanti and featured artist Michael CPC (of The Incredible Spider-Man series). A fight breaks out between terrorists that are located in an offshore island. John Constantine helps the stranded terrorist by providing information that he took from his previous encounter with them (seeing a holographic image of a man holding a gun pointed at a group of government agents). While the group makes an escape, a police officer discovers an enormous warehouse full of weapons and ammunition which has recently been bought by H.A.M. Outtakes from the past, as well as a number of high tech gadgets.
Blackwater Comic is a dark comedy by DC comics writers with art provided by Carlos Lupsillo. The Blackwater Comic series first appeared in print a month after the release of the movie version of Blackwater, called Blackwater, starring Tom Cruise and Hugh Jackman. Our sources say that Blackwater was inspired by a real incident in the Arabic world, where two Israeli soldiers were kidnapped by terrorists who later released them after a massive firefight. The storyline is about revenge, and murder. While on this boat, the two soldiers kill their captors and escape to a mysterious destination.
It's a bright lighthearted read about a group of unlikely heroes. L upsillo gives us plenty of action and adventure to enjoy. I think in general, the storyline was very entertaining. The only draw back I saw was the length of time it took to get to the end of the book. Other than that, I thought this was a fun book to pick up. And in return, you'll probably enjoy Blackwater Comic too.
In our Blackwater Comic review, we'll go over some of the highlights. A couple of quick notes before we dive in: This is only a brief synopsis and review of the Blackwater Graphic Novel written by Jason Latour and drawn by Michael Lau. We cannot in the scope of this Blackwater Comic review, discuss specific plot information or even mention any specific characters and all characterizations within the comic. Please check out our patreon for our second graphic novel project, laid in water, a month ago.
Within the Blackwater Comic, we have an ongoing conflict that has been playing out since issue #2 (last month). The ongoing storyline is centered on the (supposedly) quiet and mild mannered private investigator, Shades. However, Shades soon proves to be more dangerous than ever. He's also captured the attention of another terrorist, Abu Nazir, also from Blackwater.
The current storyline focuses on Shades' Capture by Abu Nazir and his subsequent encounter with the Blackwater compound. Some of the story involves Shades learning about genetics and how it works (or does not work) in the field of battle. There is also a lot of discussion on Genetics andmind science in the comic. I can't say much more than that as the Blackwater Comic has not given me any notes view notes to write down, but I will say that the Blackwater Comic has been excellent.
Last month, we gave the Blackwater Comic a huge thumb up. I loved the storyline, the art, the colours, everything about it. I also was not disappointed with the final product. It was an enjoyable read, a unique and captivating one at that. So, after taking a month or so off, is there going to be another comic book I am personally going to add to my thumb-thumbs up list? Only time will tell!
I'm definitely going to give the Blackwater Comic a thumb up. I enjoyed the read and the story is exciting. You can definitely tell that artist Mark McDonald put lots of thought into this comic book. With some great story and artwork, I look forward to the second issue, as I believe I will enjoy this story.