Witchblade: Demon Reborn #3

Witchblade: Demon Reborn #3

Writer: Ande Parks Artist: Jose Luis Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: October 17, 2012 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Demon has been given a leave from hell. He's been using his limited time on earth to create a bloody trap for Sara Pezzini. Now, as the Demon's time runs out, the trap is sprung. Victims of the Witchblade's justice, long since vanquished to hell, return, intent on destroying Sara and dragging her soul back to the pits with them. Sara and the Witchblade must fight for themselves, and for a purely innocent soul: Sara's young daughter, Hope.

  • 7.8
    Entertainment Fuse - Nicole D'Andria Nov 11, 2012

    There was a big focus in penciler Jose Luis artwork on blood during this issue, which has more detail put into it than the backgrounds, which continue to be bare. Vinicuis Andrade, whose colors I always feel the need to critique in this mini-series, continue to be calming in some inappropriate scenes, but I do like the effective transition of calming colors in Saras living room transitioning into reds as she arrives in hell. But during her big fight she seems to be in a void of reds and blues that could have been used to make an effective demonic environment. The characters also continue to look very sketched with some overshadowed cheeks, necks and foreheads. But the style, while amateurish, continues to grow on me every issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Schenker Oct 29, 2012

    The story is a bit choppy, but not bad at all and overall a little trippy. Jose Luis' art is what stands out compared to the storytelling. Overall, this is really for the hardcore Witchblade fans, but I still ask myself after each issue “why.” Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Oct 17, 2012

    Witchblade: Demon Reborn #3 is a release that's ultimately for the hardcore fans only, as itsqueaksby with a very light recommendation. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Geekality - Julius Freeman Oct 17, 2012

    I've read three issues of this short series, and I've been trying to figure out why I couldn't get into this book. The art was fine, even the lettering was nice, but the story was missing its pizzazz. When I finished reading this issue, it all became clear to me. The emotional investment I should have for the characters is nonexistent. It just isn't there. Read Full Review

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