Swordquest #2

Swordquest #2

Writer: Scott Kowalchuk, Chris Sims Artist: Ghostwriter X Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 2, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Sword of Ultimate Sorcery! The mythical sword that has been lost for decades, but has finally surfaced! At the World Video Game Museum. And Peter and his team are going to steal it.
Writers Chad Bowers & Chris Sims (X-Men '92, Down Set Fight) team-up with artist Ghostwriter X (Batman '66, Down Set Fight) to bring you the ultimate heist...if you were once obsessed with a video game and have been waiting 30 years to get your hands on a prize!

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - Kent Falkenberg Aug 7, 2017

    Game Tip: If you're missing out on this comic, you're really missing out. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth Aug 2, 2017

    All in all, Swordquest continues to be an enjoyable read from month to month. Dynamite has been known to snag up fledgling, or even dead properties, and bring new life to them and this is definitely the case with this new Atari line of comics. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    SnapPow.com - Harrison Rawdin Aug 3, 2017

    SwordQuest #2 is without a doubt a fantastical entry that spends a lot of time filling in the audience on how the tale reached this point. It's simply enjoyable and right up your alley if you're looking for an excuse to go down a solid nostalgic trip to the past. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 2, 2017

    Spending half the book telling the tale of the world of Atara and its formation as well as the way the royal family shook out is a bit of a risky bet in some ways, especially without a lead-in to get it underway. There's a lot of information to soak up here but at the same time it's hard to totally invest in it because you're unsure of how much will actually matter and how much is just some momentary color for events. The world building is decent, coming off presumably what the games themselves did years ago, and getting a nod toward Airworld next is appealing as well. This is still a book I can't quite get a full read on but I'm continuing to be curious about what it'll actually do. Read Full Review

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