Rachel Rising #15

Rachel Rising #15

Writer: Terry Moore Artist: Terry Moore Publisher: Abstract Studios Release Date: March 27, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Lilith, the first woman to ever walk the earth, has a vendetta against the modern town of Manson. With the help of two 300-year old witches, she plans to annihilate the town and its people. The only thing standing in her way is Rachel, a woman who cannot die. What happens next is horrifying in the latest issue of Terry Moore's critically acclaimed series.

  • 8.8
    IGN - Logan Bransfield Mar 16, 2013

    Rachel's decision to visit her mother's grave initially comes off as a very sweet and tender moment. A daughter reaching out to her deceased mother for some comfort during these inexplicably dark times is a perfectly natural reaction for the character; however, the scene swiftly morphs into a morbid and potentially damning moment for Rachel. Her touch seems to be the catalyst in bringing the dead back to life, and if the weeping angel is any indication, no good can come of this. I certainly did not see this twist coming, and I am extremely intrigued to find out more about Rachel's past via her no longer deceased mother. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Brian Bannen Apr 1, 2013

    For all its simplicity (and perhaps because of it), Rachel Rising is one of the best books on the market. Terry Moore's style, coupled with his strong story telling, makes the comic a continuously engaging read. I know that each page will be a visual treat, and the strength and originality of the story only make the comic all the more interesting. Whereas some other books would not be able to keep up the mystery this long, Rachel Rising succeeds because not only does it have a strong story, but it also has strong visuals as well. The mixture of both is what makes the comic a pleasure to come back to each month. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Kelly Thompson Mar 30, 2013

    "Rachel Rising" has been an incredibly strong series from its first panel, leaving no doubt about Moore's talent for horror and the ability to effectively balance it in a realistic story full of humor and insight, emotion and drama. With every issue of "Rachel Rising," I become more certain that it's my favorite work of Moore's to date. Read Full Review

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