Sevara #2 continues to provide a very interesting concept that seems to hint at influences from the latter Dune novels on how to tame human nature. This issue did struggle with some confusion in the very beginning as to the motives of Alathea in abandoning a child to parts of the dialogue between Sevara and Alathea. It was difficult to identify Alathea due to her new costume, shortened hair, and color scheme. Despite these setbacks, the relationship between Alathea and Sevara developed nicely and Wampler explored some of the nature of their power. The final action sequence was very exhilarating and ended on a huge twist that could take the story in a whole new and even more interesting direction. Read Full Review
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