Liu continues setting the groundwork for this world that brings us closer and closer to more answers and more obstacles but it's not a dull ride. This issue may not have not connected as many dots as I wanted but it still shines and adds yet another layer this world that I can't look away from. Read Full Review
Monstress #10 is creepy as all hell. We are finally on the Isle of Bones with Maika and confronted with multiple unsettling and curious developments. We are revealed a lot, whilst still having so much of the story shrouded in mystery. Im excited to see where the next issue will take us and what will be revealed as things progress. Im curious to see whether Maika will get the answers shes been looking for from the strange and unknown Lord Carrion. Read Full Review
This issue is dark and creepy, as we delve further into the mysteries of this universe. Things are never as they seem here, so there is constant feeling of dread of what is to come. And the ferryman is fucking cool. The art by Sana Takeda is gorgeous, as usual. "Monstress" continues to be one of my favourite titles in comics right now.