Lucas Stand #5 fails to drag the series out of its decline, and the problems of the last few issues continue to compromise the story’s gripping premise.
Spurrier and Burnett’s excellent horror/crime series come to an end in Weavers #6, which proves a gripping finale despite some minor issues.
Lucas Stand #4 showcases Sutter’s shortcomings as a comics writer, and sadly makes for a pretty lacklustre read, despite its potential.
Despite a couple of gripes, Weavers #5 continues in the excellent vein established by previous issues. This comic is a highlight of 2016.
Lucas Stand #3 continues Kurt Sutter’s hellish variation on time travel and redemption, and makes for a gripping read despite some flaws.
Weavers #4 continues to impress, with sophisticated storytelling and stunning artwork elevating this crime/horror hybrid to lofty heights.
Weavers #3 continues to blend multiple genres and an engrossing mystery in extremely satisfying fashion, and shows the series could be a highlight of 2016.
Lucas Stand #1 shows that Kurt Sutter can write a gripping story outside his comfort zone, and shows a great deal of promise.
Weavers #1 blends crime and horror tropes in an inventive story that’s not afraid of a little mystery.
Publisher: Boom! Writer: Brian Joines Art: Bachan Letters: Jim Campbell Picking up immediately where we left off in #2, Napoleon is on his way to Heaven and things are looking… Read more »