Witchblade Rebirth, Volume 2

Witchblade Rebirth, Volume 2

Tim Seeley Diego Bernard / Oct 19, 2019

Witchblade Rebirth Volume Collects WITCHBLADE THE REBIRTH OF WITCHBLADE CONTINUES The upstart creative team of Tim Seeley Hack Slash Bloodstrike and Diego Bernard The Man With No Name continues their hot run on Top Cow

  • Title: Witchblade Rebirth, Volume 2
  • Author: Tim Seeley Diego Bernard
  • ISBN: 9781607066378
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects WITCHBLADE 156 160THE REBIRTH OF WITCHBLADE CONTINUES The upstart creative team of Tim Seeley Hack Slash, Bloodstrike and Diego Bernard The Man With No Name continues their hot run on Top Cow s flagship title Even as Sara Pezzini tries to settle into her new life in Chicago, the Witchblade s talent for seeking out weirdness pulls her into bizarre case afterCollects WITCHBLADE 156 160THE REBIRTH OF WITCHBLADE CONTINUES The upstart creative team of Tim Seeley Hack Slash, Bloodstrike and Diego Bernard The Man With No Name continues their hot run on Top Cow s flagship title Even as Sara Pezzini tries to settle into her new life in Chicago, the Witchblade s talent for seeking out weirdness pulls her into bizarre case after bizarre case This volume sees Pezzini dealing with mercenary mana hunters, spirit realms, fantastical steampunk warriors, and the most distilled embodiment of evil she s ever encountered And that s before the local cops and corrupt political system complicates her life

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    About "Tim Seeley Diego Bernard"

      • Tim Seeley Diego Bernard

        Tim Seeley is a comic book artist and writer known for his work on books such as G.I Joe A Real American Hero, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Batman Eternal and Grayson He is also the co creator of the Image Comics titles Hack Slash 1 and Revival, as well as the Dark Horse titles, ExSanguine and Sundowners He lives in Chicago.


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    1. I had a lot of mixed feelings going into Top Cow's Rebirth of The Darkness and Witchblade. while I feel the relaunch has paid off in spades for The Darkness, Witchblade has been less than stellar. It almost feels like Top Cow has no idea what to do with Sara now that her life has literally been rewritten. Rather than delve into new territory, the writers are choosing to rehash old themes in something that reads more like a twisted version of Artifacts than a Witchblade relaunch. First, there are [...]


    2. I think a lot of reviewers who loved Ron Marz's run on Witchblade are being too hard on Seeley and Bernard's reboot Seeley consistently writes credible, believable female protagonists (see his work on Hack/Slash and Revival) and he continues to develop not only Sara's character, but Jane (aka "Big Woz") as well. Seeley is also continuing to develop plot threads established in Vol. 1, especially those to do with the magical essence leaking from the Vein which caused The Flesh to be born, and now [...]


    3. I'm beginning to see the weakness and indecisiveness of the writer--I wonder if he knows where he's going or if he's just pulling random ideas that sound cool out of his butt. Man, I miss Ron Marz--the steampunk faeries in this volume cemented that longing for Marz's writing. Steampunk faerie land? Seriously, Seeley? What were you thinking?


    4. Barely a 3*. More like 2.5*.Disappointing follow-up to Seeley's first Witchblade: Rebirth book. Storytelling felt lacklustre, narrative flow was sloppy and missed some things (jumping ahead, glazing over details). Disappointed. Artwork as expected, though.


    5. Life as a private eye in the Windy City is proving to be quite the challenge for Sarah and a good read for the people who follow her adventures. Volume 3 here I come.


    6. For the first time since Sara moved to Chicago, I'm honestly beginning to wonder if they've run out of ideas already.


    7. I can get that Chicago has portals to another world, but a high-fantasy one? Police procedural with supernatural and magical forces is one thing, but fantasy steampunk with elves, orcs, mana trade and weapon smuggling between it and our world is too much. I hoped this arc would add something interesting to the Witchblade universe, but sadly it's so convoluted that I couldn't wait for it to be over.(view spoiler)[The whole thing revolves around the assassination attempt on a princess' life. The g [...]


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