‘Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Disorder’ Graphic Novel Review

Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Order‘ is created by Midnight Publishing with artwork from several illustrators Katsu, Pete Ranosa, Salaix, and Ryo Kawakami.

Shortly after stopping a monster from escaping its island prison, rookie cop Reena Saffron and her tough-as-nails partner Madison Wynter find themselves frustrated when the chief refuses to do anything about the island. He orders them to take some time off and Reena has a friend from her hometown come to Pallad City for a trip to the fair. After they go missing, Madison snoops around before discovering something sinister. This puts them on a conclusion course with robot security forces, robot dogs, and a rogue tank AI.

Like I said of volume one if you have an aversion to fan service, skip this one as it is for mature audiences. That being said, the artwork is manga-inspired. It is sleek, cool, and the designs are well done. Every artist is tremendously talented, but my personal favorite was Ryo Kawakami who did Chapter 3.

It is episodic in nature but does continue the story of the harsh Madison putting up with the peppy Reena. I like the villains and the various gimmicks, though this one seems a bit more robot-heavy than its predecessors. Nothing wrong with that just an observation. I will say, the sense of humor lands, the plots are interesting, and the characters are fun to tag along with on this adventure.

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 for BRZRKR issue 5 and Batman: 89 issue 2. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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