Manifest Destiny #2 Review

by @mikebiyad on Dec 11, 2013

The excitement is back with Manifest Destiny #2!

The Good

Manifest Destiny once again has me super excited to continue reading. This book so far has been great. After finding a bull-human type of creature, Lewis, Clarke, and the rest of the group are trying to figure out what it is they found, if there's more, and what else there is to find in this uncharted territory. The book starts off right where Manifest Destiny #1 left off, which is great since I've been on the edge of my seat waiting for more. I really like this alternate history idea that the writers have, which sets the stage for so many plot-twists.

The Art in this book is once again great. From panel to panel it's almost as if it tells the story, without the need of any writing. We get another cliff hanger at the end with a full-page splash that will blow your mind.

The Not So Good

One thing this book can do is let us know more about the crew that is traveling with Lewis and Clarke. Besides Lewis, Clarke, and maybe one or two others, everyone else seems very two-dimensional, which hurts the overall story. It is only on its second issue however, and this could be something we get to see later on in the series.

The Bottom Line

Manifest Destiny has so far turned out to be a great action packed book that has left me on the edge of my seat waiting for more. I've really been enjoying it, and I recommend picking this book up before it gets too late. I'm giving Manifest Destiny #2 a 4.2/5

4.2 / 5
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Manifest Destiny #2
Released December 11, 2013
Writer Chris Dingess
Artist Matthew Roberts
Cover Artist Matthew Roberts

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