Sometimes when a new title
and the first issue blows you away you hope not to be disappointed by the end of the first arc. You'll know within the first five issues if this new comic book is worth keeping on your pull list or not. debuts , Copperhead #5 by Jay Faerber, Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley needn't worry because they've conjured up an intriguing and enthralling first arc that ends on a satisfying note while leaving the door open for more drama. This one is a keeper Luckily .
This concluding chapter opens up where the last one left off. Sheriff Bronson and Ishmael are in a tense
So is Ishmael friend or foe? Is he the good-hearted "
Faerber has shown an impressive level of storytelling discipline in plotting Copperhead where nothing is rushed and every nuance is explored. You follow the clues along with Bronson and Boo and make deductions based on the evidence. It's a sci-fi procedural that isn't interested in cheap tricks or cliches.
It's now placed itself to expand even further in its next arc and really let loose now that we know who the characters are. This year should be a big one for the series and its creators.