Empowered & Sistah Spooky #1

Empowered & Sistah Spooky #1

Writer: Adam Warren Artist: Carla Speed McNeil Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: December 20, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Empowered's "frenemy" Sistah Spooky was once a schoolgirl who sold her soul for hotness, but was granted even more magic than beauty. Now, both superheroines find themselves trapped in a high-school hellscape by Spooky's Infernal Service Provider-with her blonde ex-classmates plotting ritual murder to claim her magic for themselves!
o First Empowered comic-book series in standard comics format.
o Over 250,000 Empowered volumes in print.
o Artist Carla Speed McNeil is the acclaimed creator of Finder and artist of No Mercy, Queen and Country, and many more. Finder won an Eisner Award, Two Ignatz Awards, and a Los Angeles Times Book more

  • 9.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Nathan Koffler Dec 21, 2017

    The first issue of this miniseries, High School Hell, has already got me excited for the next five issues that are to follow. Any fans of Empowered comics in the past should definitely pick this one up. Any fans who are completely new to Empowered comics should also definitely pick this issue up and then go back and check out some of the amazing comics that have come out of this universe. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Dec 20, 2017

    This is a good start to the next Empowered mini-series. At this point, you're either a fan of Empowered or about to pick up your first issue and be a little confused. Trust me, the brilliant thing about Empowered is that you're never lost for long. Warren does an excellent job of making sure you know a little extra about the world, without it becoming some daunting task. There isn't much else to say about this issue without just providing you spoilers, so just give it a shot. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Geekery Magazine - Chelsea Stanford Dec 21, 2017

    My problem with EMPOWERED and SSHSH is simply the amount of cliche. Everything I loved about it aside, it's another story about mean white girls popped out of the same mode who choose vanity over everything and treat minorities like scum because of their skin and their looks. Read Full Review

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