Monday, September 26, 2016

#ARCBookReview: Knight Rider Vol. 2: Knightstrikes by Adam Warren, Chuck Dixon, Frank Hannah, Joe Pruett, Shannon Eric Denton, and B. Clay Moore, Lion Forge

Title and Author: Knight Rider Vol. 2 (Knightstrikes)  by Adam Warren, Chuck Dixon, Frank Hannah, Joe Pruett, Shannon Eric Denton, and B. Clay Moore, Lion Forge
No. of Pages: 168
Publication Date: December 29, 2015 
Genre: Comics & Graphic, Sci Fi & Fantasy

Blurb:
Michael Knight and KITT -- everyone’s ultimate dream car -- are back in action in this explosive series of spy-fi adventures!

The beloved primetime series returns to comics, picking up right where the high-octane graphic novel reboot left off. When secret agent Michael Knight activated the confidential Project: Rider in the heat of battle, the world’s coolest talking car was born. KITT has an arsenal of secret weapons and amazing upgrades under the hood, and he and Michael are both partners and pals as they set off to save the country from terrorists, clandestine spy networks, and super criminals. From the minds of today’s hottest action writers, KNIGHT STRIKES is the next chapter in the legendary KNIGHT RIDER mythos!


ARC Book Review:
I am a big fan of the Knight Rider series, be it watching on TV or reading the comics. The thrill, adventure and the dangerous but oh so lovely stunts are always sure to keep me entertained. Covetting a car just like KITT, I am in love with this super car and coupled with secret agent Michael Knight, the duo is deadly.

When I heard about this new installment, I just had to pick it up to read and see for myself what these two were up to. KITT and Michael are again saving the country and doing what they do best, while giving us, readers pure entertainment and the thrill of danger while we sit cozy in our home away from true danger.

The plot is well conceived and executed and had me engaged throughout. The images are detailed and well drawn.

The dialogues are fluid and I could relate to the events and felt connected to all the action.

The only issue that I had was with the appearance of the comics in my kindle. The pages were too small to read and I had to click each page to make it bigger and then after reading close the zoomed out image to move to the next page which had me feeling a bit frustrated and losing my flow.

All in all, Knight Rider Vol. 2: Knightstrikes is another electrifying installment in the Knight Rider series and an entertainer. 4 out of 5 to it and recommended to all comics and graphic novels fans.




I received the book from the publishers via Netgalley and I am very thankful to them. The above review is my honest and unbiased opinion and in no way influenced.



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