Do A Powerbomb hurtles towards its final stages as Necroton’s Deathlyfe Tag Team Tournament nears its conclusion. Lona and Cobrasun seek to raise the stakes, with a deadly match featuring plenty of weapons and objects that is almost certainly going to lead to tragedy for at least one team in the tournament. With the stakes so personal and so high for everyone involved, however, can each team’s participant work with their partner to get the job done?

Daniel Warren Johnson’s been doing a phenomenal job with Do A Powerbomb, which has excelled in every way, in every single issue so far. Interestingly, we’ve seen how much the tournament – which will see a loved one resurrected for the winners – means to each participant, and our main protagonists aren’t the only characters who deserve to have their chosen person resurrected.

The in-ring wrestling sequences are phenomenal and show a clear love and knowledge of the sport; it’s genuinely involving both in and outside the squared circle.

Though it doesn’t require a knowledge of wrestling to be enjoyed, Do A Powerbomb is such a love letter to the entertainment and drama inherent in wrestling – which most non-fans look upon with derision – that it’s almost certain to resonate most with converts.

I count myself among them, both when it comes to wrestling itself and Do A Powerbomb, which has been a genuinely dramatic and nail-biting read from the beginning. Great stuff and highly recommended!

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