Cherish #1
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Cherish #1

Writer: Katana Collins Artist: Gabriel Caitano Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 2, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents a new series by bestselling author
Katana Collins and rising star artist Gabriel Caitano: Cherish, featuring character designs by Marc Silvestri! When the blood on the boardroom floor moves from metaphorical to literal...
Cherish is the story of Amelia Fellows, a young woman who witnessed the betrayal and murder of her father at the hands of those he once trusted. Unfortunately for Amelia, the people behind her father's death are some of the richest, most powerful people in the world. If Amelia wants justice for her father, she'll have to get it herself as the well-armed hi-tech vigilante, Cher more

  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Nov 2, 2022

    The opening shows some promise. If Caitano and Remalante Jr. can find a sharper definition in and within the drama of Cherishs daily life, there will be more of a balance between the two ends of the series. Collins has a clear definition of the overall plot that shell use to expand on the elements of Cherishs personality, which will make her more interesting on the page. The first issue is a promising step in establishing a comic that will develop in the issues to come. Theres a lot of good that could be expanded on as the series progresses. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Nov 2, 2022

    CHERISH #1 is a solid start for a new vigilante hero. Collinss plot drops you right into the middle of the action for plenty of attention-grabbing energy, and the art is better than serviceable. That said, the story feels a little rushed, and the main character needs more time to develop. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Nov 2, 2022

    If you want the book to be more about form than substance, at least be consistent with the form. Here, this book feels like the type of book that non-comic book fans will use to vilify the industry. I wonder what the book would have looked like of Marc Silvestri had more input or supplied the art? Read Full Review

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