Sheltered #6 Review

by @mikebiyad on Jan 8, 2014

A great series starts off with a great second arc.

The Good

Sheltered is definitely one of the best books Image put out last year, and now that the new year has come, we get an awesome second arc to show this book still means business. We get introduced to a few new characters, and although they do play a big part in this first issue of the new arc, I don't think they can be considered characters that the arc will revolve around for much longer. It was cool to get introduced to a few new people and see what the world is like outside of safe haven, instead of being in the same place with the same characters for yet another issue. Both the writing and the art in this book are as good as always, and there really isn't much I have to complain about. I'm just as excited as I was after reading issue five. This book has an awesome cliff hanger at the end, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

The Not So Good

This isn't much of a complaint, because it really does not make the book any less of a great issue as it is, but I was a bit disappointed when I learned that the mysterious characters at the end of issue five were actually just some normal people coming to safe haven with a delivery. I would have liked to see them pose more of a real problem to the community instead of just paranoia, however we are dealing with children and teens that are running this community, so just about anyone who drives up into safe haven will be considered a threat.

The Bottom Line

Once again we get another great issue of Sheltered. If you haven't got into this series yet I highly recommend getting the first arc once a collected edition, which is already out right now, and picking up this issue as well. I'm giving Sheltered #6 a 4.7/5

4.7 / 5
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Sheltered #6
Released January 8, 2014
Writer Ed Brisson
Artist John Christmas
Cover Artist John Christmas

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