Are you a DC comic book fan? Then you should be familiar with some of the main characters in these comic book series, such as Superman, The Green Lantern, Flash, and Aquaman. You can kindly thank Geoff Johns for his critically acclaimed work on these characters. But, do you know who Geoff Johns is? He is an American comic book writer, film and television producer, as well as a screenwriter.
He is currently one of the most contemporary and prolific comic book writers. He is also the writer and creator of Geiger 80-Page Giant #1 which will be discussed in more detail shortly. Geoff Johns has received many awards and, as previously mentioned, is a critically acclaimed writer.
Reviews for the Geiger 80-Page Giant #1 (2022) are streaming in and by all accounts seem to be very positive. Mad Ghost comics has released its much anticipated 80 page collection of stories featuring its main character, Geiger. In addition, we are again introduced to both the enemies and the allies of Geiger.
The first story in the series introduces the readers to a character known as Redcoat. The lengthened lead story goes on to entice readers by depicting the unusual ties that Geiger has to the American Revolution as well as the Unknown War.
Readers are in for unexpected plot twits, underlying motives, as well as revealing the secrets held by many of the Las Vegas Warlords, such as Goldbeard, Karloff, and Bonnie Borden, to mention a few. You can expect to read about the origin story of Barney, Geiger’s two-headed dog.
You can expect a series of tales that rival some of the best comic book stories written to date. Narrative is the backbone of these exceptional stories and Geoff Johns does not disappoint. Each of the stories in the series follows a structure and design that draws the reader in and captivates the imagination, with the turn of each page.
Visually, this comic book is a masterpiece and presents some of the most diverse characters, which makes for a very interesting read.
If you are planning on a retreat, then you can rest assured that this escape will have you enthralled for as long as it takes you to finish reading the comic book. These stories garner an emotive response and a connection between the reader and the characters. The composition of the drawings is another factor that makes this series a winner.
The take away from this project is a well-thought out plot that weaves and turns until you reach the satisfying conclusion of each of the stories in this series. The book delivers on visuals, storyline, plot, characters, and resolution.