The Displaced #3

BOOM! Studios

Written by Ed Brisson

Art by Luca Casalanguida

Colors by Dee Cuniffe

Letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

The Rundown: The forgotten attempt to survive a world that’s forgotten them and Harold gives ones of them a warning.

As the world forgets the events that took their town and the survivors left behind, they attempts to find ways to stay part of the world. Ways that lead a small group of them to crime in order to finance themselves in a world where they have no identities. Some turn to charity for help while also dealing with the fact that they have no identification or ties to anyone in the world.

Harold reveals some dark truths to Emmett as the one person who has been to several of these events. At the same time, he realizes that his time is coming to a close. As tensions between the group continue to rise, an unexpected return will turn their small collective into chaos.

The Story: Brisson crafts an intriguing story that does a fantastic job of moving the story forward in some interesting ways while also focusing on the emotions of the characters. Many of the featured characters in the story continue to deal with their situation in new ways and I love seeing the regret and emotional pain of them showcased in a way that endears them to the reader.

The Art: Casalanguida delivers some beautiful art in the issue. The story is beautifully character focused and the art succeeds in connecting the reader to those characters and their emotional state.

The Displaced #3



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