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Rogue Sun Issue 14 – Stuck in Limbo!

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Rogue Sun #14 by Ryan Parrott. Art/Colors by Abel, Marco Renna and  Natalia Marques (Credit: Image Comics)

ROGUE SUN #14IMAGE COMICS via BLACK MARKET NARRATIVE

Creative Team: Ryan Parrott (Writer), Abel and Marco Renna (Artists), Natalia Marques (Colors), Becca Carey (Letters), Michael Busuttil (Editor and Design)

Rogue Sun #14 is the second installment of the latest arc, where Dylan is continuing to fight for control of his body, while working through issues from the past. Specifically his daddy issues. We come to realize that these daddy issues might be an inherited family trait. The Rogue Sun Family grows with a few key additions that the reader will take sides with!

The Team’s Work

Writer Ryan Parrott whimsically intertwines three storylines seamlessly, while artists Abel and Marco Renna provide two different stylistic flavors that aid in the transitions.

Let’s not forget about colorist Natalia Marques who’s use of lights and darks really showcase how vast the world is inside that little sun stone! Becca Carey’s letting provides the perfect balance and tone to help the reader connect with the story, especially during the father/son moments.

The Structure

Throughout this book I really enjoyed the mix of traditional and non traditional paneling; it really helped with the pacing and flow of the story. The traditional panels (ones with gutters) break up the art nicely and force you to slow down during the more emotional conversations and scenes. Whereas the underlays of full panels with a mix of guttered panels provides a cinematic like experience.

Rogue Sun
Rogue Sun #14 by Ryan Parrott. Art/Colors by Abel, Marco Renna d  Natalia Marques (Credit: Image Comics)

This issue is setting up what feels to be an internal civil war where both sides are recruiting the most powerful individuals in hopes to be the one in the end that controls Dylan’s physical body. In order for these recruitments to happen, promises need to be made which might end up doing more harm than good! The tension is building which leaves the reader wanting more! Another solid issue! 

OVERALL GRADE: 8.5 OUT OF 10

Thanks for checking out my review for the NI Comics Bullpen. Let me know what comics you’re reading and hit me up on Twitter. Till next time…

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