For an opening offer, Unbeatable should win Razor Wolf Entertainment a steady stream of fans: it's a brilliant concept, gorgeously rendered, and handled with a passionate professionalism that's apparent on every page. To play off the book s tagline a bit: Between the Golden Age and the Deconstruction, between Warren Ellis and Erik Larsen, between superhero kitsch and high-concept genre fare, there is...Unbeatable. --BrokenFrontier.com
I've now read through this book twice now and while I didn't get the big oh, wow! moment I did from the first time I read it, I did get an even more enjoyable experience the second time through. I knew what the big reveal was in this book so reading through the book again allowed me to see the meanings in some of the events in the book. I have to applaud Matthias Wolf for what he did with this book. Its truly amazing and incredibly entertaining. This is a complete story from start to finish. Its not a regular 22-page comic book - its a graphic novel. I'm not sure how many pages this graphic novel has but it has to have around a hundred or so. All of this for the affordable price of $14.95. Now, I tell you all of that because this book doesn't read like a massive OGN or a lengthy trade paperback. There is a lot of story within this book, but the writing is paced well and you flow through the book fairly quickly. There are quite a few moments throughout the whole book. There are quiet a few revelations that build on one another and that alone is what made this book so enjoyable for me. You can see the development as you go, and like I said about reading it a second time through, you get so much more after knowing all of the surprises. --ComicsAddition.com
This is an impressive first effort from Razor Wolf, with high production standards, glossy paper and professional coloring aplenty. Writer Matthias Wolf has a pretty engaging story too. --Ain't it Cool
About the Author
Matthias Wolf like to write.