Updated on 16 October, 2021
This is a review of " Killing Stalking Comic." I've read this book several times and it always amazes me how much the author takes the reader into the story. These types of comic books are not for the faint of heart. But, if you're up for a real adventure with a great deal of action, then this may be for you. I have to say, for those who like a bit of fantasy and adventure mixed in with a bit of realism, this book may not be what you're looking for. But, if you're the type of person who is looking for something a little out of the ordinary, then this will probably be a good choice.
The plot is based around a group of young Marvel Comics characters who become involved in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse. It takes twists and turns, literally. It also has some adult content as well. I'd recommend it to people who like fantasy, adventure, romance, action, and a bit of twists.
Issue #1 is excellent. The art is top notch, the story is entertaining, and the characters are drawn with realistic emotions. They look at situations from all perspectives and come up with the best solutions. I really enjoyed reading about these young Marvel Comics.
Issue #2 had me laughing out loud multiple times. The book's storyline kept me going back for more just because, I kept thinking there might be more twists. There were definitely a few that were shocking, but not gory or overly graphic.
Issue #3 kicks things off in the third quarter of the book. It's all action and adventure with a lot of twists and turns. I really liked the way James Patterson took readers into this world. This is not your typical superhero comic book. Patterson successfully creates a protagonist who weaves an emotional roller coaster ride through his comic book series.
If you haven't read any of his comics, this one has a very strong start to the story line. Even if you have, you will still find this one worth the read. I especially like how Patterson includes a lot of different elements into one story. There are action sequences, interactions between various members of the group, and some really good twists. This keeps you guessing and keeps you coming back for more.
Killing Stalking Comic Book is a great first read if you have never heard of the super hero genre. It's entertaining, emotional, and above all else, it's graphic. Patterson sure knows how to make a comic book come alive and showcase his artistic abilities. I'm looking forward to future books in this series.
The cover page of the book has a little bit of controversy. Patterson explains how and why he drew it that way in the cover letter. He claims that he didn't plan it that way and it's just something he thought of that day. Either way, the cover is something that will stick in your mind long after you've put the book down. So, give yourself a huge favor and pick up Killing Stalking Comic Book #1.
I love the character Killian Scott. He seems to be a disturbed normal human being with mental issues. He doesn't seem to have a clear reason for being a killer, but somehow he manages to get himself locked up in a mental institution. There's a disturbing story behind the man who breaks everyone out of their cells and tries to kill them as a group. Some of the scenes have blood present which really does add some realism to the scenario.
Patterson does a great job of bringing us into Killian's world and bringing out the horrifying thoughts and emotions that we experience. I did a little research before buying this one to make sure that I wasn't going to be disappointed. And, I was. This was a solid start to a series that promises to be very good.
All in all, Kill Killing Spree is a very fun book to read. It's written in a very entertaining way and looks to be a very successful title. If you are a conspiracy thriller or just a psychological thriller that deals with the mind, I would highly recommend this one. I liked it and will probably buy another copy of this once I have a chance to read it again.