Ninjak #15 Capsule Review


Title:  Ninjak #15

Publisher:  Valiant Entertainment

Writer:  Matt Kindt

Artist:  Diego Bernard

Colorist:  Ulises Arreola

Letterer:  Dave Sharpe

Cover Artist:  Mike Choi;  Diego Bernard and Omi Remalante;  Thony Silas

Review:  ★★★★

Now that Ninjak has been framed for murder and lost everything, he sets his sights on tracking down those responsible.  He starts his way up the food chain, beginning with the low-level identity thieves until punches and kicks his way to their boss.  For as far and as quick as he is able to get, he seemingly makes a fairly big mistake that could cause him some further irreparable damage.  You would think someone with his skills would have been a little more careful in this situation.  Beyond that misstep, Kindt has Ninjak kick some serious ass that Bernard does an excellent job capturing.  It’s kinectic art that really gives the issue a fast pace that is over before you know it.  Another origin backup story returns at the end of the issue, to give us further insight on his parents.  While it doesn’t reveal anything new or critical, it still is exciting to see more about his spy parents, who should have plenty of stories themselves to tell.

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