The Matrix: Resurrections star Keanu Reeves partners with writer Matt Kindt as well as Ron Garney and Bill Crabtree for BRZRKR from Boom Studios. Entering the tenth issue, we are now on the home stretch for the series.
The Berserker finds himself in a locked room where he is talking to the scientist Diana. She now possesses a few of his abilities after a previous incident. Meanwhile, Dr. Caldwell watches and waits as he thinks there is a way to harness the power of the Berserker and use it for his own devices.
As I said previously, Ron Garney continues to deliver excellent artwork and it was impressive seeing Berserker being almost completely burned only to heal slowly. It is incredibly well drawn and I loved getting a sneak peek of the abilities that Diana is developing as well. I also thought the cover was amazing, probably the best of the series.
I will admit that this issue felt like a filler. Similar to issue eight, this one felt more like a setup for the last two issues. We just see Caldwell do some villainous actions, Berserker heal, and the equipment all come together. So not a lot of plot themes. It does have a pretty cool conclusion that I think will raise the stakes for the upcoming climax. This series has not let me down before so I am gearing up for the finale.
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