Shutter #10

Shutter #10

Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Leila Del Duca, Owen Gieni Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 11, 2015 Cover Price: $3.50 Critic Reviews: 4
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Kate Kristopher in Slumberland.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - James Anders II Mar 12, 2015

    Joe Keatinge is still there too. Writing a smooth paced plot that addresses the back and forth banter of Kate and Kalliyan, as well as the introduction of patriarch Rathburn himself, which I will say is not what I expected (a pleasant surprise by the way). But really for most of this issue, the devil is located into the artistic details of the Dreamworld itself and its fascinating depiction. In a series of already incredible artistic feats, this one really takes on a whole new level of sweetness. Leila del Duca and Owen Gieni have some serious skills that I hope to see more of in the future of this series as well as other titles. Keep the good vibes coming. You guys are tearing it up. And, if you are not reading this series, I wholly recommend it as one for pull. You will be dazzled. You will be amazed. And above all, you will be entertained. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Booked - Magen Cubed Mar 13, 2015

    Kate is indeed growing as a person, but the road won't be easy. Then again, it never is. In the end, that's the real enduring charm of Shutter: its commitment to showing the good and the bad, the fantastic and the mundane, and everything that lies in between. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bettendorf Mar 17, 2015

    Shutter is always one of the most enjoyable comics I pick up monthly. The imaginative characters and the chaotic world they live in are always an allurement. The bizarre cast and even stranger world wouldn't be as exciting without the oddly relatable familial and relationship issues that are strung through this series. The blend of the bizarre and familiar is part of what makes this comic work and even more, the comics medium itself is what makes the story work. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    AiPT! - Jordan Richards Mar 11, 2015

    Shutter #10 is an issue that has to potential to be great, but lacks the strong writing and story to be able to achieve that. It has a potentially interesting story and setup, with truly amazing artwork, but the story is so slow and uneventful at points, trying to do things that are just not necessary. The comic can easily turn around at any points, since it shows promise, but at this point, it's merely above average. Perhaps just wait until the current arc is over and then check back. Read Full Review

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