Solomon Kane: Death’s Black Rider – Scott Allie

Out of all the Robert E. Howard characters, Kane is my favorite. Not that the stories with him were better than Conan or whoever, but Kane intrigued me due to his incongruity: He's a Puritan who kicks ass. (Ok, there are probably Native Americans who don't see any distinction between violence and Puritans but you get the idea.) Allie adapts a Howard story and story fragment for this second volume and the general plot is fine, but I was tuned off by Mario Guevara's art and Juan Ferreyra's coloring. I know they are trying for a dark and gritty tone, but I always feel that I'm viewing scenes I can't quite see due to low light.