Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #91 Review
• Ronda Pattison (Colorist) • Michael Dialynas (Cover Artists)
I wanna say that this issue was great but it honestly feels like a continuation of the last issue and in that there's not a lot of surprises. Karai and her crew interact with our heroes and get more of the character development that the series is known for.
Nothing here is bad I just wish there was more forward momentum. The comic is ultimately skippable. The scene in the issue with Agent Bishop and Metalhead should have been folded into the last issue and the rest of the issue just feels like filler.
If you've read the TMNT Macro-Series even the cliffhanger is something you saw coming. The only thing that got a chuckle out of me was confirmation that Daredevil is Michelangelo's favorite superhero. If you're a longtime fan of the Turtles that was a nice Easter Egg.
The art isn't really all that interesting but to Michael Dialynas credit there isn't any real action here so to he doesn't really have much to do.
Since I've been reviewing the series I have to say this may be the weakest issue yet. I'm excited about the #100 milestone but the decompression really kills the pacing for me. Hopefully, we don't have too many filler issues because this one was a bit of a letdown.