Wynonna Earp #2

Wynonna Earp #2

Writer: Beau Smith Artist: Lora Innes Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: March 16, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.8Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

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The US Marshals Black Badge division is hot on the tail of the notorious criminal Mars Del Ray, leader of a cartel of cannibal zombies and bloodthirsty banditos. Wynonna Earp leads the charge and aims to put a stop to the cartel... and a bullet right between Del Ray's eyes!

  • 9.6
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 20, 2016

    The series is a good primer for the upcoming TV series set to hit the SyFy Channel starting April 1 - set your DVRs now! Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Isaac Quattlebaum Mar 17, 2016

    I had my reservations about this title since it is a TV show tie-in but I think the way this issue wraps up opens the door for more fun stories to be told. I'm not sure how many of these issues will be direct adaptations of episodes. My feeling is that if one is more entertaining than the other than I will pick it up or tune in. Luckily the comic came first so the bar is set. We'll have to wait and see if the quality of this book equals or surpasses the quality of the TV show. Either way I had a good time reading it and I'm looking forward to the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    BrightestDaycare.com Mar 24, 2016

    This was a decent issue, but not as good as I had hoped. Something just felt missing from this issue, and maybe it was just a slower issue, one that didn’t grab me quite like the first one did. The art was still solid, and I am really interested in watching the first episode of the Wynona Earp series (so in that respect, this book earned itself a 10- because it is getting me to tune in, at least once) and to try and keep on this book. Maybe it will be something for the next issue to bounce back from and give us more story than action, and possibly even a bit more background on our cast of characters. If that is something that is left for the pilot episode of the series to air, then I will say I wish that they would have held off on this book until after it aired- or that, like free digital copy codes in Marvel books, that the issue entitled readers (or just anyone who has the internet) to go online and stream the pilot episode early, and get all that backstory out of the way. The scene with the old lady demon was something that reminded me of Evil Dead, and I loved the knock down drag out fight on top of a milk truck. I wonder if “John Henry” (who in this story, is surely no steel-drivin’ man) is connected to the shadowy figure Xavier we met in the epilogue that wasn’t actually labeled an epilogue, even though it should have been, since the last page splash on Wynona served as a very nice, logical and easy point to end the story, but tack on a post-credit scene for fun- but I digress. I wonder if Xavier and John Henry are connected, because they seem to want to talk to Mars Del Rey’s brother Bobo, which is unfortunate, because what the heck kind of parent names one kid MARS and the other one BOBO? But that is neither here nor there…

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