Johnny Blaze is out for vengeance. He thought things were finally going to go his way, until he discovered that he was taking orders from the archangel Zadkiel, who wants to overthrow God and create the universe in the way he sees fit. In the process, Johnny will find himself fighting against a new array of villains (a religious fanatic known as the Deacon, a monster known as the Skin Bender and people who worship Zadkiel) some old (the return of Blackout) and some friends (a nun who becomes the new Caretaker and the other Spirits of vengeance) who either make things harder or help along the way. Also back is Johnny's brother Danny Ketch, whose made a bit of a deal with Zadkiel.
He's Knuckles O'Shaugnessy, and while he's not in this a whole lot, he's pretty much awesome. I mean come on, look at the guy.
On the downside, the art can be uneven and the ending feels a bit rushed. There's three artists working here, and while I like the second and first artist, I found the art from Roland Boschi to be kinda flat. The ending meanwhile, feels kind of rushed and concludes a bit too neatly for my taste.
Those are minor complaints though, as this is a blast of pulpy entertainment throughout that packs enough fun characters, black humor and crazy situations to please even the most jaded person. Okay, maybe not the most jaded, but if like this kind of thing, then you should love this.