With Hailstone issue 5 releasing this Tuesday, we have an exclusive preview of the concluding chapter in this enjoyable limited comic book series by co-creators Rafael Scavone (writer) and Rafael de Latorre (artist).
Belonging to the comiXology Originals line, I have been enjoying reading Hailstone. The story features a couple of interesting twists and turns as our lead character Sheriff Denton Ross tries to help the townsfolk. Ever since the nearby Military factory began operating, food has been running low and people have gone missing.
Along with Deputy Tobias, Sheriff Denton Ross sets out to get some answers only to find himself trapped in something much bigger and dangerous. Turns out, Captain Spencer has been conducting sinister experiments in the factory, and he won’t allow anyone to stand in his way.
Hailstone issue 5 is ready to deliver a tense finale!
The official description reads:
The hunter becomes the hunted as Ross, Tobias and Captain Spencer fight for their lives against Spencer’s creation. But all is not as it seems, and Ross still has a chilling truth to face.
With art by Rafael de Latorre and colors by Wesllei Manoel, here are the exclusive preview pages for the upcoming issue:
Here’s to hoping Denton and Tobias are able to handle the current situation without getting killed or seriously injured in the process. Captain Spencer can die, though. I’m also looking forward to seeing what type of aid Lucy and Ann will offer.
A mashup of Western and sci-fi, you can go ahead and pre-order Hailstone issue 5 right now for $2.99.
Due to it being a title in the comiXology Originals line, you can read this comic book for free if you’re subscribed to comiXology Unlimited, Kindle Unlimited, or Amazon Prime.
I have already been provided with a free digital copy. So, do keep an eye out for my review this week through my comic book review roundup posts.
Have you been reading Hailstone or another series from the comiXology Originals roster?
Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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