This issue is aesthetically pleasing, intellectually stimulating, and very entertaining. For fans of science fiction and/or post-apocalyptic stories, this is definitely a must-read book. If the rest of the series is anything like this issue, we're in for a treat! Read Full Review
So, to summarise; the characterisation is sound, the artwork is solid, and the story is well paced and intriguing enough " for what it is. It's just frustrating that this first issue doesn't really touch on the book's unique selling point, leaving The Wicked Righteous as a polished but ultimately forgettable post-apocalyptic romp. I'll definitely be sticking with it to see how the rest of the series pans out, but I'm not sure if a great many casual readers will be doing the same, which is a real shame. Read Full Review
This comic was a mixed bag. The flashback seems clich and the art needs a little bit more oomph in portraying the violence of this world, but there were things I liked too. There are a few mysteries which make this book different from most post-apocalyptic books. Sadly, I just can't bring myself to give it a stamp of approval. There is too much wrong with this to be considered average. Read Full Review
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