Days of Hate #10: Capsule Review


Title: Days of Hate #10 Army of Shadows 

Publisher: Image Comics

Writer: Ales Kot

Artist: Danijel Zezelj

Colorist: Jordie Bellaire

Letterer: Aditya Bidikar

Cover: Ales Kot

Review: ★★★★☆

Days of Hate does something I don’t think I’ve seen the series do. It opens on a very light scenery. The beginning of the day before the “event”. We know that something is going to happen in this issue. The issue has a serious amount of build up and foreshadowing. The characters go through those moments of What are we doing? and Why are we doing it? Ales Kot sets up the story like a movie. Each scene jumps from one to another until the end. I can almost hear the spy like music that we might be in Bond movie. The harshness of the ending makes us question who is right in this story? Are all these characters just simply awful? or Is what they are fighting for worth it? This is by far one of the more emotional moments in the series. Zezelj’s art and the combination of Bellaire’s coloring continue to set such dark setting in this series. We’re not sure if we really want to know where this is all going. Days of Hate has had it’s up and downs that continues to grab us as readers and as people that hopefully cares about what happens in our world. The slow build up to this point has definitely been worth the anguish we’ve felt along the way. Two more issues left…I can’t wait.

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