Days of Hate #2 Capsule Review


Title: Days of Hate #2

Publisher: Image Comics

Writer: Ales Kot

Artist: Danijel Zezelj

Colorist: Jordie Bellaire

Letterer: Aditya Bidikar

Cover: Ales Kot

Review: ★★★★☆

Days of hate picks up with the aftermath of issue #1’s massive destruction of the Nazi biker bar. It opens up with another character walking from a building that looks like the Oklahoma building they bombed years ago. Why? Why this shift to this particular scenery? The characters that bombed the bar later discuss if that was the right thing to do. The comic wants to attempt to justify killing something that just might deserve killed. The book is called Days of Hate and graphically, physically, and emotionally, as a reader, we are reminded of this. Our characters exist in this world to make us decide what makes this story right. The artwork is dark and has a heavy inking style to add to the dystopian era of America. I have to say I’m hooked on a book that makes me thing about where we could be headed. The truth of it is, I hate the fear I feel, but I’m also thrilled to witness this visual experience.

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