Writer – Dave Dwonch
Artist – Arturo Mesa
Publisher – Action Lab Danger Zone
Review by Jeremias de Leon
A spoiler free summary is as follows and is simply this : after the reveal at the end of issue 6 this issue takes a look at how the character Ellington came to be how he is in the present time by showing his past.
This is probably one of the easiest reading books out there at the moment. By easy I mean, following the story along and not wanting to look away from the comic and keep reading until you’re done. The story takes on the look and feel of a classic Bond movie. But with it’s own unique plot twists, especially with Ellington himself. It’s also very interesting to see the early Infinite Seven and the members that comprised the group back in the 70s.
The art works with a muted color palette with certain colors and tones standing out for important parts of the image. It’s brilliant, and it works so well with the retro Bond style the comic is going for.
This comic is so much fun to read. It has everything a fan of action and suspense could want and it’s wrapped up in an uber stylish package. You can’t go wrong with Infinite Seven at this point. Infinite Seven # 7 gets a 9.5 out of 10.