‘Red Rooster’ 2 Comic Book Review

Episode Two “Homecoming” of Red Rooster is once again brought to us by Allegiance Arts. It is once again written by Mark Pellegrini with artwork from Mitch Breitweiser and coloring by Elizabeth Breitweiser.

The Order of the Dawn group of heroes has a reunion after several of their enemies unite to stand against them. Their leader Red Rooster finds himself in a tense situation as the rest of the team finds him to be a sellout after he makes money from taking endorsement deals. Red Rooster tries to convince them that it is to help finance their heroics but finds himself in an even more awkward situation when his parents show up. Meanwhile, the villains are preparing to start some chaos in the hopes of setting a trap for the disgruntled heroes.

The plot involves a hero who might be past his prime, but he does not seem to be getting the message. Mitch Breitweiser does a good job of creating the story and Mark Pellegrini is great at bringing it all together. They create a compelling plot that is interesting and rings true. Of course, the artwork is most impressive and I cannot wait to see what is next for the series.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my reviews of Batman: The Adventures Continue Issue 7 and Batman/Catwoman issue 1. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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