Die Kitty Die! #1

Die Kitty Die! #1

Writer: Fernando Ruiz, Dan Parent Artist: Fernando Ruiz Publisher: Chapter House Release Date: October 19, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.5Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

Kitty Ravencraft, a beautiful and magical young witch, is the star of her own popular comic book. When her greedy, publicity-starved publisher wants to increase interest in her comic book, he does what many comic book publishers do nowadays - he sets out to kill his main character, Kitty! Even worse, he decides to really spike sales by killing the real Kitty in real life! The question is though, how do you kill a witch? Chapterhouse Comics and worldwide fan favorites, Dan Parent & Fernando Ruiz present Die, Kitty! Die!, a funny, exciting, and often sexy story about a girl caught in both the supernatural world of witches, and the more

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - SHAY REVOLVER Oct 19, 2016

    Ruiz and Parent picked a perfect point to stop this issue. It left the readers invested in Kitty and her story but, it also put us on the edge of our seats. Would Kitty escape the clutches of her traitor friend? Will she survive the series? Will she turn the tables on her publishers? So many questions and so long to wait until the next issue but, I can wait. I think Die Kitty Die is worth it! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek-O-Rama - David Doub Dec 13, 2016

    So if you like some semi-risqu humor with some good girl art, you'll love this book. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Oct 23, 2016

    Ultimately, this comic strikes me as rather empowering, mocking how the industry treats female characters. This comic's release at this time is particularly fitting, as it explores the notion of a woman being an obstacle to power, influence and money; I doubt Ruiz and Parent had the election season in mind when crafting this story, but it just goes to show how pervasive misogyny is in society. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Doom Rocket - Courtney Ryan Oct 24, 2016

    Subtlety is not a thing in Die Kitty Die, and that's perfectly fine. If anything, it feels like Ruiz and Parent are winking at us through every brightly colored panel. Each character embodies a tired cliche, be it an outrageously curvy vixen or a hopelessly geeky bookstore employee, but the cartoonish look and feel of the pages only add to the fun of the story. If you've ever lamented the relaunch of a beloved character you'll appreciate the industry commentary that's present here. Plus, there's a chance that the character will defeat her publisher's cynicism about comic book readers, and that's something to root for. Read Full Review

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