David Wohl and Francis Manapul set out to make Witchblade more than just a female hero whose power includes instantaneous shredding of wardrobe, and to a certain extent, they have succeeded. Manapul brings a sense of anatomy and proportion to the book that it never before had, but the inking refuses to shed the house-style that on a purely personal level nauseates and in a more objective frame of reference hampers the horrific or dark fantasy tone. Read Full Review
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