Days of Hate #9: Capsule Review


Title: Days of Hate #9 Tired, Tired, Tired.

Publisher: Image Comics

Writer: Ales Kot

Artist: Danijel Zezelj

Colorist: Jordie Bellaire

Letterer: Aditya Bidikar

Cover: Ales Kot

Review: ★★☆☆☆

We have to come to terms with what people do and why they do them. Days of Hate attempts to create a sense of security. Is it ok? that your being watched day and night. It’s for your own good. Mind you the start of this issue shows that not all people can handle this concept. This is begins the one on one psychological battle between Huian and Freeman. Freeman has been deporting Huian’s family. He’s trying to uncover her true plot. We’re still not sure where this is all leading. Huai’s ex and partner are still sulking in the back ground waiting to do or  for something to happen. Huian continues to play her part by also putting Freeman on the spot. It all seems that this issue becomes just plan personal. I’m still amazed at Zezelj’s artwork. The architecture’s look is so dark and fantastic. It one of the great looks of this story. I’ve enjoyed this book so far, but I think the title of this story points out how we feel…tired. The story seems so stretched out.  We’ve forgotten how dark the truths of the book happen to be. The next three issues should hopefully be an excellent finish to this series.

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