Sheltered Volume 2 Review ↠ 2

Summary Sheltered Volume 2

Sheltered Volume 2 Review ↠ 2 ↠ Violence erupts within Safe Haven when a crew of outsiders arrive Victoria struggles to take control of the compound but Lucas and his followers have other plans Collects Sheltered #6 10Ive Victoria struggles to take control of the compound but Luc. The shit is going real Well it got in the previous book but now you know that the situation is spiralling out of control and there will be conseuences for most of them perhaps to all The kids are kids impulsive reckless and not thinking ahead But there is still a chance Thinning out with everything that goes out of control but still is This story is so exciting it works well uses usual storytelling clichés with a master skill to build a story which is very believable and drags me in I even forget the art here an there how intense I got into the story And I look forward to the final book The conclusion will be brutal I know that

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Violence erupts within Safe Haven when a crew of outsiders arr. In the pre apocalyptic survivalist camp of Safe Haven in isolated rural America the kids have murdered all of the adults on the say so of disturbed and disturbing teen leader Lucas But not all of the kids have lost their minds and Victoria whose family were the most recent converts to the cult like group is taking a stand Now some outsiders have appeared and things become even desperate The first volume of Sheltered was nearly a great book but I felt the setup was a bit too arbitrary – suddenly the adults are massacred by the kids because they needed to be That and something felt missing With this second volume writer Ed Brisson found the hidden ingredient the outside world The book opens with Cliff a family man who delivers hardware driving to Safe Haven with a truck full of solar panels completely unaware of the chaos that’s just taken place He uickly becomes the sole survivor of his small group and the focus of a deadly game of cat and mouse as he’s chased by gun toting teens with their blood up Brisson writes Cliff’s story so brilliantly that you get to know the character before he encounters the crazy kids of Safe Haven and therefore care what happens to him What a novel idea help the reader understand why we should give a damn about characters before throwing massive amounts of plot and action at them So many comics writers fail to do this that it’s a relief to come across someone like Brisson who understands the importance of taking the time to write characters’ backstories for the effect that this will have later on And Cliff’s story as he stumbles through the woods escaping crazed kids looking for help from anyone and realising that he’s in the middle of nowhere and could die out there is utterly exciting The poor guy goes from one bad situation to another in this book and I was rooting for him the whole time completely caught up in his plight and eager to see how his story played outVictoria and Lucas take a backseat to Cliff’s story which is just as well as their storyline isn’t as thrilling But it’s still entertaining to see how their characters are developing Victoria is becoming resourceful and capable while Lucas is becoming calculating and vicious It looks like he’s retreating in this book but it feels like he’s biding his time before making his play This is really excellent writing Brisson keeps up the tension throughout with the kids in Safe Haven splitting into factions while Cliff reaches for the outermost fringes of civilisation with a pair of dangerous kids one of them totally out of his mind snapping at his heels It’s a story where you honestly can’t guess the numerous twists and turns of the plot – is Cliff our hero and is he going to live What about Victoria Is anyone safe in this story Sheltered Volume 2 builds upon the first book and definitely finds its legs here It’s a very violent story that’s enormous fun to read in a dark way and for a comic starring kids is ironically totally unsuitable for younger readers Lord of the Flies is a reference a lot of people will connect with when they read this but I feel Brisson and Johnnie Christmas are creating something a bit different and certainly extreme with their tale of the alienated youth of 21st century America This is an absorbing fantastic read that grabbed me from start to finish with an urgency seldom seen in most narratives – if there are any comics savvy AMCHBOBBC execs out there this would make a helluva TV show

Ed Brisson  2 Summary

Sheltered Volume 2As and his followers have other plans Collects Sheltered #6 10. Another action filled entry in the Sheltered graphic novel series Good art a fast moving plotline and characters readers will care about I agree with those who see inspiration from LORD OF THE FLIES in this story I could have done without the Curt kid who was a little too cringey stereotype for a book published in 2014