One of my favourite original series of the year so far, Chariot continues to be a thrilling, fun and dramatic ride in its third issue – with some of the most beautiful cover art I’ve seen in a long time.
After dramatically saving Jim from certain death, the eponymous supercar pulls back the curtain and reveals the origin of the digital driver that now inhabits the vehicle, as well as divulging more about the technologically enhanced villain of the piece.
Despite the exposition, there’s still time for some great action sequences and the raising of stakes for Jim – giving him some serious motivation to stay involved with the machine and the ghost that dwells within it.
Bryan Edward Hill and Priscilla Petraites have crafted another superb issue of their synthwave action thriller – and this episode’s cliffhanger promises a very interesting development for part four. The next issue can’t arrive soon enough; if you’re not already reading Chariot, go rectify that immediately.
Many thanks to AWA Studios for providing me with a review copy of Chariot #3.
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