Hexed #6

Hexed #6

Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Dan Mora Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: January 14, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
9.6Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

The race between Lucifer and Madam Cymbaline to assemble the stolen magical repertoire of Val's basement hurtles on, as Lucifer and her crew set their eyes on the ultimate heist-sneaking into Graeae Towers themselves. Meanwhile, Raina struggles to control her newfound necromancing powers and Val copes with the deal she's made with the Harlot.

  • 10
    Word Of The Nerd - Hollie Cumberland Jan 15, 2015

    This issue was definitely the best so far. There'swell written and beautifully drawn fight scenes. There's further character development that fueled my love of Raina and Lucifer. And of course, there's all the magic that I've come to expect from this story. It's easy to see just why this series had to make a comeback in 2014 and why it's still going strong. If you haven't read this issue, I highlyrecommend it. There's everything you'd ever want in a comic book and then some. I know I say that every month, butI really believe myself when I do. Without a shadow of a doubt, Hexed #6 is definitely my favorite so far. There are no negatives I could list, sinceI wholeheartedly believe there are none. You should definitely figure it out for yourself, though. Trust me, you will definitely not be disappointed. Read Full Review

  • 10
    ComicWow!TV - Bhavna Bakshi Jan 14, 2015

    Hexed is one of those storylines that is so interesting that I can’t put it down for even a second. It’s the perfect crime-infused magical plot, so much that it feels as if this could actually happen. Between the art and action, the plot starts to make you feel as if you’re watching a movie—one of those movies that leaves you itching for more when it’s over. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Major Spoilers - Wayne Hall Jan 15, 2015

    I often complain about how poorly supernatural events in comics are handled. When the writer has painted himself or herself into a corner, the (in)famous "Woo-Woo Ray" appears, something that we've never had any indication of seeing suddenly appears and resolves the situation. Nelson and company NEVER do that, thankfully. The characters shine, the scripting is powerful and the art is eye-popping. What else could you want from a comic? Read Full Review

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