The Deathlyfe Tournament comes to a bloody conclusion – but when the dust settles, who will win? And can they bring back their loved one – or are there more revelations to come?

Daniel Warren Johnson’s Do A Powerbomb has been exceptionally good, in every single issue so far. Not only does this issue do a great job of showcasing the final battle of the Deathlyfe Tournament, but we also get extended flashbacks too, filling in some important backstory as everything wraps up.

Again, it must be stressed just how good the actual wrestling action is; there’s a real kineticism in the art that gives it a phenomenal visual feel and the storytelling has fantastic clarity too.

It’s chunky, hard hitting and crunchy action that just about leaps off the page.

It doesn’t require a knowledge of wrestling to enjoy Do A Powerbomb of course, though if you are a wrestling fan you’ll be absolutely captivated by the storyline – which adds to the in ring drama. That potent combination of potential real life drama (along with definitely real stuff kicking off) and combat in the ring is such a great recreation of the appeal of wrestling, though of course here the stakes feel so high for our characters; within the context of the story, it’s all real.

Importantly, the story of Do A Powerbomb has a tremendous amount of heart; it’s beautifully written and illustrated too.

The cliffhanger here is a bit of a jaw dropper; I can’t wait to get my hands on the final issue of the brilliant Do A Powerbomb – and when I do, I’ll be sure to share my thoughts with you!

Enjoyed what you’ve read? Want to support my blog? There’s no pressure of course, but every penny helps to keep this site running, as I earn no income from my writing here. If you did want to support the site and my writing, you can do so at either of these links: Ko-Fi.com/geekmid or PayPal. Any donations are truly appreciated, but so is the fact that you took the time to read my articles. Thank you so much!

Help support me here!

All donations are gratefully received and will help me keep the lights on here – as well as help to keep my writing dream alive! Please be aware though: there’s no pressure. I just hope you’ve enjoyed reading my article!

£1.00

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s