After reestablishing her connection with the Witchblade, Sara Pezzini and her deputy go searching for answers. This issue, entitled “Darkness on the Edge of Town: Part One,” tells the next chapter in her story.
As far as first issues go, Ragnarök #1 gets more right than wrong and, in laying down a decent foundation upon which to build a sturdy ongoing plot, that’s more than enough to call this initial step a victorious one.
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Between the strange premise and Afua Richardson’s artwork, I find myself intrigued and looking forward to another issue to see how this all plays out
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Into Darkness taps into established Star Trek history, and changes it around to progress the new timeline established in the previous film.
With my new found interest in Star Trek, I decided to go back and see what I was missing from the original series, by diving straight into fan favorite Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. I have to say I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the film.
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