Portal Bound #1

Writer: Mark Roslan, Gabe Carrasco Artist: Alex Arizmendi Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: April 4, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.3Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Their Future Depends on Each Other in Aspen's newest series! The warrior world of Havos is in peril! The megalomaniac Emperor Atilus, and his bio-mechanical beasts known as the Fymiera are hell bent on a plot that spells doom for their parallel world, Earth! Enter: Sybil, a soldier princess who has come to Earth seeking aid from the only person on the planet who can help her take down the Emperor: 17-year old high school student, Elias Rivera. Teamed up with the brilliant scientist, Riley, and the quick-witted Brett, in order to save both worlds, Elias and Sybil will have to fight as one... literally. Don't miss the premiere issue to Aspen's more

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Cat Wyatt Apr 4, 2018

    The artwork is so bright and cheerful, which is interesting considering the dire circumstances Sybil and her family seem to be in. The world is very clearly both like and unlike earth, with the biggest differences relying on color changes (which may sound lazy, but really it allows us to quickly identify what we're looking at, while still knowing it's different). Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Apr 9, 2018

    It isn't clear, and it makes for a story that takes some sorting to get up to speed - but for any fan of this kind of D&D / Game of Thrones-type adventure, this is a strong start to the series. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Apr 5, 2018

    Fans of BubbleGunand Broken Pieces, written by Mark Roslan, may feel differently, butis a book that, to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't look twice at. This isn't a statement against the creators, who have put together a book that, odd writing quirks aside, probably meets the brief as given. As one ofa number of books that share this style, this almost between reading groups, this is no better or worse than itsequally confused audience aware counterparts that can be found on the rack. Read Full Review

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