I got so pulled in, I can't wait to see what happens next. On the surface, Katana is a love story, but the artwork makes the story come to life and almost jump off the page.The manga-inspired story was tastefully done. The female characters were dressed in a way that left something to the imagination and did not distract from the storyline. The Teras character was lifelike, and I found myself feeling a little sympathy for him as the antagonist. That is a sign of a great story.
Kinesis tells the story of new beginnings and finding purpose. The story is a serious one, but we see some humor with a not so subtle Easter egg referencing a pop culture martial arts classic. I hope that the series (there is more to come...Right?) circles back and fills in some of the blanks in the story line about the relationships between the characters.
The art is great and shows some development. I look forward to seeing more from the artist that has showcased great skill in Kinesis.
My 11 year old son gives the story two thumbs up and is trying to guess what is going to happen next.