Spurrier and Burnett’s excellent horror/crime series come to an end in Weavers #6, which proves a gripping finale despite some minor issues.
Despite a couple of gripes, Weavers #5 continues in the excellent vein established by previous issues. This comic is a highlight of 2016.
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.
Weavers #1 blends crime and horror tropes in an inventive story that’s not afraid of a little mystery.
With all the talent behind it and the promise of its excellent first issue, it is quite surprising to see Cry Havoc’s weak story-telling in full-display in the series’ 3rd issue
Cry Havoc follows Louise, a blue-haired violinist who finds herself being “mugged by a wolf” while busking on the streets of London. This attack leads to some new strange abilities that have yet to be detailed, and an equally mysterious adventure with other “special” people.
The latest installment in this fantastic series explores more of the gorgeous world of The Spire as the attacks begin to escalate and a new threat appears.