Writer(s) – Dan Mendoza, Bryan Seaton
Artist – Dan Mendoza
Publisher – Action Lab Danger Zone
Review by Jeremias de Leon
A short, and not quite exact episode for this issue is, it’s the beach episode. For fans of anime, they’ll understand what I mean. Not quite informative but it’s one that gives the gist for a good portion of the issue and without giving away any spoilers. As I’m wont to not give spoilers.
This issue, though it’s got a lot more going than beach antics toward the end and another phrase that comes to mind in this issue, that rings true for the entire series is “anything can happen.” It was driven home in previous issues where Zombie Tramp also appeared in and it’s true for this issue. I don’t think anyone can say this series is boring. They can say a lot of things but definitely not that.
Dan Mendoza’s art is spot on for pretty much every single panel and page. It’s got this cartoonish, stylish charm mixed with some anime and tons of action goodness. No complaints on this front.
If you want action, playfulness, sexiness and something dangerous on top of that, you’d be hard pressed to find better than Dollface. Even when things seem at their most calm, this series can still shock you and ramp up the stakes. For that Dollface gets a 9.5 out of 10