The final few pages coupled with the art should make any Witchblade fans proud of Dynamite's work. It's two great issues for the price of one, which is always a good thing in my books. Read Full Review
Bottom line(cause Stonecold said so): If you're already a Witchblade fan, I'm sure you don't need me to tell you to check this comic out. If you're late to the whole Witchblade craze and don't know where to start, this series isn't a bad jumping in point. It's a self contained story that won't be too hindered if you lack knowledge of the rest of the series. Read Full Review
This is an interesting start to a mini-series that could honestly go either way at this point depending on what direction writer Ande Parks decides to go with the plot. Until then, while this may well be worth the money, especially since it reprints a 13-page one-shot story and the newer story feels very long because of all the dialogue and bits of narration, I would wait until the next issue to see what turn the story will take. Read Full Review
Witchblade: Demon Reborn #1 offers a somewhat competent but overly corny narrative that's let down by sloppy plotting and somewhat serviceableart. Recommended if you want a copy of the originalWitchblade: Demonone-shot, beyond that skip this purchase. Read Full Review
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