REVIEW: Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Ryan Ferrier
Artist: Matias Bergara
Colourist: Paul Little
Release Date: OUT NOW!

Price: $16.99

Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP BOOM! Studios

Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP BOOM! Studios

Let me confess right now that I’m probably the only person in the entire western hemisphere who has never watched even a single episode of the Sons of Anarchy TV show, which means I’m in no position to tell you if Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP, collecting issues #23-24 and the oversized final issue #25, does justice to its on-screen progenitor or not.

What I can tell you about Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP, for all you nit-pickers out there, is that this volume links seasons 1 and 2 of Kurt Sutter’s critically acclaimed series. How seamlessly that works, I leave up to you, but this newbie found  Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP to be 116 pages of grittier than grit violence built around Opie’s desire to leave the club and their decision to sell IRA guns.

Naturally, in Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP, neither of these decisions goes smoothly, but if it did a series about an outlaw biker club wouldn’t have much to recommend it now would it?  Like most TV adaptations, I found the script a little wordy in Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP, but the blood and thunder action made up for that and, since the TV series stars Ron Perlman, one of my favourite all-time actors, Sons of Anarchy Vol. 6 TP has me reaching for the Netflix button and you can’t get a better recommendation than that.

 

Reviewer: Gary Orchard
Reviews Editor: Steve Hooker

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