ReincarNATE #1
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ReincarNATE #1

Writer: Michael Moreci Artist: Keith Burns Publisher: 5th World Studios Release Date: January 9, 2013 Critic Reviews: 4
7.6Critic Rating
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  • 10
    All-Comic - Matthew Strackbein Aug 26, 2016

    This is Private Detective Nate McCoys story. As protagonists go, theres no reason not to like this guy and youll be rooting for him right off the bat. Nate, as the title may imply, is gonna need support too because hes up against it. Odds are things are gonna get stranger for this guy in more ways than one, pun intended. Excellent idea for a comicwith an excellent team behind it, whats not to like? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 11, 2013

    I dig this story and I’m looking forward to where the plot goes. There are twists and turns waiting to happen and still a lot of info about the two past life identities that Nate can see. My guess is that he’s still very close to dying and that’s why they’re there, but I could be very wrong. This story is definitely for anyone that is a fan of the P.I. genre and has been waiting for a new twist. You can pick the book up for free on the Comic+ app, or look for it in print. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Mar 1, 2013

    All told, this comic has got one heck of a concept, and while it's not exactly being fully exploited, it still makes for an intriguing twist on the burnt-out cop story we all know so well. Some flaws notwithstanding, folks who like their noir with a twist will likely get a kick out of "ReincarNATE". Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Bounding Into Comics - John F. Trent Sep 17, 2015

    ReincarNATE #1 is a good mystery noir with a unique supernatural element to it. The main protagonist is compelling with plenty of backstory and drama that really humanizes Nate. There is a mysterious, yet powerful and dangerous villain that makes a great antagonist despite not even being depicted in this issue. Unfortunately, the artwork has way too many mistakes from errors in facial expressions to weird choices in shadow placement. There are also quite a few plain sloppy mistakes such as the lettering on a sign. Despite these mistakes, the supernatural element is a great hook that will want you coming back for more. Read Full Review

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