World Of Warcraft: Legion #3
By Robert Brooks, David Kegg
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As the Burning Legion advances across the land, tauren chieftains gather for a momentous summit. An ancient artifact, the mystic Hammer of Khaz’goroth, may hold the power to protect their territory, but will its magic corrupt all who touch it?
Summary from Goodreads.
This third issue once again does not follow the plot of the first two issues. In this one, we follow some try of mountain animal (I believe that they are called Tauren) are arguing over some hammer.
The Burning Legion is advancing and these animals are gathering to figure out how to stop them. This issue seemed to be one long giant argument between these tribes. Not only was it one long argument, things only go from bad to worse and I do not know how things will improve.
Whilst the plot seemed more like setup for the game (which is not surprising), the artwork seemed very dark and boring. These animals did not seem to have any personality drawn into them, and I was just unable to visually connect the pictures to the story.
If you enjoy World Of Warcraft, you will probably enjoy this more than I am.
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