- Rasputin no.9 (2015)
Rasputin no.9 (2015)
To get the obvious out of the way, Riley Rossmo artwork -> awesome!
Rasputin is back for revenge and we get a glimpse into the backstory of one of his murderers.
Again, i like the muted colour palette that is used to tell us that a segment isn’t set in the present. It enhances the magical/mythical nature of the story. The essay at the end about the assassinations of presidental canditates/presidents of the USA was neat because earlier today i saw a documentary about Theodor Roosevelt.
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