Voodoo #9

Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Sami Basri Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 23, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.4Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

A new direction for VOODOO starts now! Pris is forced to confront exactly what she has become after being experimented on by the DAEMONITES. Compelled to search for other victims like her, she's offered a deal by the BLACK RAZORSbut wherever way she turns, it's guaranteed more blood will be on her hands.

  • 10
    Fanboy Buzz - TommyZimmer Jun 4, 2012

    Joshua Williamson continues to make me confident in the narrative he is trying to tell with each issue. While I missed Ron Marz, Williamson is quickly making me love his crazy new direction for the book. Sami Basri continues to excel in his artwork for the book. To all who read this, you should join the Daemonite fight, and read this book asap. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Wildstorm Addiction - Joe David Soliz May 24, 2012

    The evolution of this character gets more interesting with each passing issue. I can tell Williamson is having with this title and that his collaboration with Basri is turning out to be very successful. If people would just give this title a try (or return to it), that would make their success complete. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Multiversity Comics - Brian Salvatore May 25, 2012

    We comics fans are an impatient lot, and I can completely see why people want to see this book go away and make room for another book they desire (whether that be a Booster Gold series, or the rumored "Robins"), but I think the seeds are planted here for something interesting to happen. Then again, maybe instead of teasing the WildC.A.T.S. by having Grifter and Voodoo books that sell poorly, just put out a WildC.A.T.S. book. The beauty of the DCnU is that it gave readers a theoretical meritocracy: buy what is good, and we will reward you by keeping the good and getting rid of the not-so-good. And, sadly for "Voodoo," the readers have spoken. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen May 23, 2012

    Reading Voodoo is frustrating because there's no reason it couldn't be a great book. The opening sequence alone shows that Williamson as a flair for dramatic, surprising plot twists. Unfortunately, there's too little focus on Priscilla and Voodoo and too much emphasis on pulling in outside characters and constantly keeping the status quo in flux. In some ways the book went off the rails after Ron Marz departed, and it's time to set things aright again. Read Full Review

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