Harvest 2 Review Short Version: You might think when you heard about A.J. Lieberman and Colin Lorimer’s Harvest from Image Comics that it would be a sort of slow-building drama. It may be dramatic, but there’s nothing slow in Harvest 2. Dr. Dane is offered the chance to return to work as a surgeon in an underground organ transplant operation and things unfold at a rapid pace from there. Harvest is a book that is firing on all cylinders early in its run and if you’re at all interested in the subject (gritty and dark as it is), you should probably go ahead and look into getting in now.
Harvest 2 Writer: A.J. Lieberman
Harvest 2 Artist: Colin Lorimer
Harvest 2 Review
Harvest 2 picks up with Dr. Dane waking up after the events of the first issue. The first few pages give you a moment to breathe but, from there, things move at an extraordinary pace. Dr. Dane, who lost his license to practice as a surgeon in the first issue, is offered the opportunity to return his career as part of an underground organ transplant ring. The opportunity to have the power and money that he once had in his previous career. It is not an easy decision for Dane and we learn a lot about his character through Harvest 2. Still, after the events of this issue, I can’t imagine that things will go well for him. To be honest, there was probably never any way that things were going to go well for him, but that is doubly true at the end of Harvest 2. This issue is really pretty light on violence and disturbing images, but there’s one at the end that makes up for it. I have no idea where things are going to go next, but I couldn’t be much more excited to see where Lieberman and Lorimer are headed with the series.
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