Django / Zorro

October 10, 2015

by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner

I got this graphic novel through NetGalley as an e-comic book to read and review.

This story picks up years after the end of Django Unchained, and I’m glad to see that Django as a character is as special as I thought he was in Django Unchained. I also think the character development was done very nicely and this was indeed a good graphic novel.

I did find the plot to borderline on confusing, but what else could I have anticipated from someone like Tarantino? At times it was a lot of dialogue, which for me made it a bit slow, but that it probably just a personal preference. I like it more when the art does most of the talking in a way. Still, the fonts are placed nicely throughout and even if they were a tad bit hard to read on the computer, I’m sure it would look much better in a physical copy of the novel.

I can highly recommend this to anyone who’s a fan of Tarantino and/or Western comics.

You can pre-order it at Amazon

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Wrap Up

Django/Zorro

  • 5/10
    Overall
  • 5/10
    Plot
  • 6.5/10
    Art
  • 5.5/10
    Characters
  • 5/10
    Ending

Pros

  • Fun concept
  • Nicely developed characters

Cons

  • A bit slow
  • Confusing plot

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