Read Kill or Be Killed, Vol. 2 (Kill or Be Killed, #2) Online Free - Brubaker and Phillips best-selling series keeps on hitting, as our vigilante hero goes deeper into the darkness, and the NYPD begin to realize there's a masked man killing bad guys all over town. Both a thriller and a deconstruction of vigilantism, KILL OR BE KILLED is unlike anything this award-winning team has done before.
Collecting: Kill or Be Killed 5-10
|Title||:||Kill or Be Killed, Vol. 2 (Kill or Be Killed, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
August 24, 2017
With the first volume I felt like Brubaker took too easy roads with making the killing choice less challenging, and I still think he does this without problematic moral pondering, but the magic of this series is in how Brukaber runs the story along.
I often require some juicy twist...
August 12, 2017
In the first book we met Dylan, a grad student whose life was saved by a demon. In exchange, he had to kill someone “deserving” (ie. a shithead) each month or he would die - kill or be killed. In the second book… nothing much new happens. Dylan continues to kill and that’s about it!
Not to say th...
August 28, 2017
This is my 300th review of the year! WooOOoooooT! I finally hit my challenge, and way earlier than expected. Anyway...
What a title to finish my 300th title of the year on. Kill or Be Killed continues to be the best new graphic novel of the year. Ed Brubaker brings his motherfucking A game on this...
August 06, 2017
Intense and fast-paced, Brubaker is still "killing" it. And pretty sure I know whether the demon is real or not, but I'm not going to ruin it for you.
Phillips and Breitweiser are absolutely incredible, their best work. With their gritty, realistic style, New York is grim, bloody, and creepy as he...
July 17, 2017
Kill or Be Killed, Vol. 1
Wow what an amazing comic! I love the story and can't wait for more!
2017.07.17 Issue #10 this is so creative... and question still stands whether the demon is real or not.
July 16, 2017
How do Brubaker and Phillips seem to make every new title they do better then their last? This is gripping, and it's easier to follow monthly compared to Fatale and The Fade Out (I think that's from focusing mainly on one character). Great book.
September 17, 2017
This second volume in Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips's most recent series is just as solid as the first. It grows and expands in interesting ways and the tension rises as Dylan's vigilante exploits have now gained notoriety and the attention of the NYPD. I could've done without so much of the Kira...
July 16, 2017
Even better than the first volume. It's a classic Brubaker/Phillips — excellently written and engaging story with gorgeous artwork. This is probably the best Image comic right now, and we'll see how the story will unfold, but this may easily become my favorite Brubaker book if it ends just as goo...
August 09, 2017
Consisting of six issues, this volume raises the stakes for our vigilante hero Dylan, who kills once a month under the service of a demon, although it remains a mystery whether this entity actually exists or it’s all in Dylan’s head in order to distract himself from the struggles of his personal...
September 09, 2017
I'm still not as trilled with comic as I should be. I thought this improve, but not good enough. I'm finding most of the scenes a little unbelievable. The problem is this is set in modern day with what seems like a realistic setting, but then you have Dylan, who in this volume does some pretty st...