This is a book that really grows on you quickly. I did have to suspend certain preconceptions about it before I started in on it initially. There are so many books containing Vampires, Werewolves and the like out there today and it does feel like the market has hit saturation on the genre to a degree. It was difficult for me to give Ursa Minor a shot because of this. After reading it though Im glad I did. The creative team seems to have strived hard to keep away from the standard tropes that can plague titles with this kind of concept. Read Full Review
Bottom line(cause Stonecold said so): I don't even like these types of stories most of the time, and I like this story. It's not going to be for people who are determined to hate the urban fantasy genre no matter what(you know who you are), but if you have any faith that this sort of story can be done right and in a way that could appeal to people outside of the core audience, I'd say check it out. Read Full Review
I really dig this series and I love all the lore that’s been created for it. I’m interested to see how long it runs for since the threat of danger seems very close right now and that tension can’t be held forever. Also I would love an issue showing how the rest of the world functions and what it’s like for an "Average Joe". It’s a rich world and the potential of a long an interesting story is there, but our reluctant hero needs to embrace her destiny and gain some allies that will give the story hope. If you’ve been reading the series then continue to do so and if you’re thinking about picking it up then this is a good place to start. Read Full Review
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