Review: Witchblade #14
[Editor’s Note: This review may contain spoilers]
Writers: Caitlyn Kittredge
Artist: Roberta Ingranata, Bryan Valenuza
Letters: Troy Peteri
Colors: Bryan Valenza
Reviewed by: Carl Bryan
The art work is amazing in this comic. Bryan Valenza colors amazing drawings rendered by Roberta Ingranata. She rivals the work that is being done on DC Comics’ Naomi.
The element of time travel is wonderfully used as a plot line. We saw Alex and her Witchblade, in the prior issue, forging into an alternate timeline future. However, addressing what happens when Alex is in the future and her partners are in the present affecting the future is well crafted. Kayla’s use of an “echo” journal her great-grand father used to keep when he heard names whispered of those in the future is an example of brilliant writing!
The more we understand and get to know the Shadowblade, the better this comic gets!
Nothing to report here as the art work is phenomenal. The Witchblade is Image comics’ answer to Wonder Woman or Captain Marvel. Now that time travel has been introduced, it’s a brand new playground. This is a comic a reader needs to research more so you get the depth of the weapon of the Witchblade, but also to buy into whomever is possessing the Witchblade and their story!
This is an immediate purchase list item. If you are looking for a new hero to add to your collection, and an new “world” to explore, then Witchblade is your comic!