I'm confused as to why this latest Witchblade mini-series is being published by Dynamite Entertainment rather than being released as it usually is under the Image Comics banner, but I thought perhaps that might serve as a sign that the storytelling might improve. Another such cue was the fact that this is co-written by Leah Moore, daughter of comics legend Alan Moore. Unfortunately, what lies inside is what I've come to expect from this Top Cow property. The creators offer up a nonsensical plot and a heaping helping of gratuitous T&A. Ass shots, cleavage and completely unnecessary nudity make for some ridiculous visuals throughout the issue, but even more frustrating is the complete lack of logic in the plotting. It's never explained why two NYPD detectives are partnered for a particular murder case, and there's no explanation as to the direction of the investigation and the Witchblade's psychic reactions to a mysterious figure. This script is almost unintelligible at times, and the wr Read Full Review
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