Amid a landscape of regurgitated ideas, reboots and spinoffs, a story like Wynter is a much-needed breath of fresh air.
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Since the majority of magic-related comics eventually involved supernatural plots and otherworldly arcana, it’s nice to see an appealing comic about magic that is exciting and engaging.
Never transcribe a video game to other media, or it will suck.
If I had never seen Bourne Identity, 3 Days of the Condor, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Argo, or Syiana; I would have been entertained by this comic.
This issue picks up seconds after the last left off, as Sara Pezzini finds herself not only at odds with the physical manifestation of the Darkness’ viral echo but also fighting to save her now-infected friend.
The opening sequence of this four-issue black-and-white four-shot comic from Top Cow Productions opens with a penile amputation by way of garden shears.
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This week on All-New X-Factor, drunken sister bonding, confirmed robosexual Wanda Maximoff, and a disgruntled member of 4chan unleashed on the local Ren Faire.
All in all, A Voice in the Dark: Get Your Gun #1 is yet another brilliant installment in a series that has deservedly earned almost universal acclaim from comic fans and journos alike.