Hexed #3

Hexed #3

Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Dan Mora Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: October 8, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 3
8.8Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

Lucifer's harrowing trip to the Shade has left her depleted, devastated, and worst of all, an entire dimension away from Val and Raina as they are caught in the middle of the psychotic Graeae family feud between Madame Cymbaline and her newly released brother, Yves.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Oct 8, 2014

    It's really not too late to jump on this new series and if you're a trade waiter, well I hope that BOOM! does an introductory price on it so that more people are drawn to it. They have a handful of titles that have become amust read for me and I'm happy to say that. For a while I wasn't really enjoying a lot of BOOM!'s titles, but now I can't find enough good things to say. Give Hexed a chance if you like supernatural stories with deep characters and well-developed worlds. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Shadowhawk's Shade - AJ Oct 13, 2014

    Given how the issue ends up, I can't wait to read the next issue! Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Word Of The Nerd - Hollie Cumberland Oct 9, 2014

    Overall, this is a very strong addition to the series so far. The storyline is progressing well, the characters are developing at a decent rate, and the consistently impressive level of artwork to accompanied by an equally as impressive storyline, makes this an easily enjoyable comic book series. I know I say this a lot, but I can't wait to see what happens next in Hexed. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Matthew Foran Oct 8, 2014

    Another excellent issue from Michael Alan Nelson. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Danielle Luaulu Oct 12, 2014

    Much like it's predecessor, this incarnation of Hexed is turning out to be a fun romp through magic and mayhem, without the cutesiness that usually follows. Though it primarily has a female cast, it'll appeal to men and women alike, if you can muscle past the men-as-pawns aspect. Dan Mora does an excellent job with his Burton-esque art style, backed up by Cassata's frisky sense of color. Though it does have serious elements, it's not a terribly deep and provides a good quick read grounded in the supernatural. If you have been following the series, this is a book that you'll have to pick up to continue with the storyline, thus making it not a great spot to jump on for new readers. Still, it's shaping up to be a fun series so far. Read Full Review

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