We are back with James Asmus and Carlos Magno and their amazing tale. As you probably know our story follows two rival tribes and their Kongs as they must now make a home among the horrors that inhabit Skull Island. The issues kicks off with an epic battle between the beats of yesteryear and a group of Kong’s, now if that’s not a way to begin your book with pure epicness then I don’t know what is.
We follow the tribes people as they try to survive their oncoming destruction by any means necessary even if that’s appeasing their cold and distant Gods. I really can’t put my finger on it but this series is great, there is something fascinating about reading the tale of these two fictional tribes, maybe it’s because they never existed so we have no preconceived notions about them and now that we have a more evolved understanding about tribal people we know they are not always the savages early explorers made them out to be, but instead they are just as human as we are. With inter tribal politics still playing a major role I still can’t wait till we see more Kong action.
Though we have still yet to see what Skull Island truly holds though as we all know, there is no escape! Boom! Studios really are onto something here and if you are like me then you are eager to see the great ape kick ass without a tonne of people clogging up your screen then this is the book for you!