Bonnie uses the powers she was reborn with in order to get herself and her father Tom out of a very serious situation in Il Mago’s dungeons.
In the world where she was reborn Bonnie, with her father Tom, sees a dragon attack and starts finding out more about what’s going on.
After being reborn, much younger, in a new world where her long-deceased father is alive, Bonnie is told that she is destined to save everyone.
Namesake #1 makes for a promisingly personal introduction to a grand story of universes colliding and worlds plotting against each other.
The people murdered by a sniper are reborn as heroes in a strange, fantasy world.
Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York #1 revives two of John Carpenter and Kurt Russell’s most iconic characters for a fun-filled adventure.
Skybourne #1 introduces us to some superpowered siblings engaged in a quest for magical artifacts, with a fun story and stunning artwork.
The first volume of Brandon Sanderson’s ‘White Sand’ introduces us to a wonderfully realised world….where a little too much relies on plot contrivance.
#16 may not be the most exciting or dramatic Rat Queens outings, but it hardly disappoints. While this outing isn’t particularly plot-driven, the dialogue and illustration are sharp and it is always a wild trip with these women. The absence of Hannah, however, is certainly felt.
In short, The Wicked and the Divine is pretty perfect; the dialogue is razor sharp and the story is well-conceived, compelling and often emotionally resonant… A bittersweet, anarchaic, beautifully illustrated exploration of life, death and identity.