The series captures the verbal interplay between the characters and ties in nicely to the cast of the TV show on SyFy (which is quite good - if you're not already, you should be watching this show. It's a great mix of horror, action and humor, with great writing and feisty characters.) What more do you need? Read Full Review
The problem here is when the series tries to inject some moral lesson for the reader. Wynonna decides not to kill zombified kids because she believes that they deserve hope and a future. This sentiment is repeated during the last pages in a kind of syrupy sweet exchange. I have nothing against positivity but the way the dialogue is written in the midst of such brutal action makes it impossible to take seriously. I've appreciated Wynonna Earp for knowing what genre it is and what its limits are. This is a Syfy channel show tie-in. It works way better when it doesn't reach for depth that isn't there. Read Full Review
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