Characters Appearing: Broderick Bazin, Darkhawk, Grace Powell, Jason Powell, Jonathan Powell, Savage Steel (Jimmy Zafar), Steve 'Headset' Rubino
Issue(s): Darkhawk #32
This it totally average; i just find myself completely uninterested. This is the first time we've had a "regular" (non-crossover/major event) storyline, and it turns out that a regular Darkhawk story is just kind of dull.
We do have Chris Powell struggling with being on his own since he's left his family. He's full of rage, for one thing, and both he and his family are (separately) struggling with poverty. This is potentially interesting and belatedly distinguishes him from the Peter Parker mold followed by Rick Sheridan and Danny Ketch. Not a lot to report in this issue, though. One development is the continued psychopathy of Broderick Bazin, who creepily begins befriending one of Chris' brothers, Jason, when their mom isn't looking.
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Don't you realize the true significance of this issue? Darkhawk actually meets one of the Savage Steels face to face (well, mask to mask)! Clearly this should be a 10 in historical significance!
Posted by: Morgan Wick | April 10, 2017 4:51 PM
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