Bolero #2

Writer: Wyatt Kennedy Artist: Luana Vecchio Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 23, 2022 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 5
7.8Critic Rating
6.7User Rating

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With her dimensional-door-opening key, Devyn escapes through the multiverse to mend her broken heart. She visits her life as a Victorian aristocrat in the age of dinosaurs, an astronaut watching planets die, a ritual sacrifice-and, worst of all, a pop idol with an intensely overbearing stage mom! Let's hope she survives.

  • 9.2
    The Comicbook Dispatch - kcscribbles Feb 23, 2022

    The ArtLuana Vecchios art shines again in Bolero #2, first with the cover, where we see Devyn in her many incarnations, then inside the issue, where Devyns art style changes to capture each of the universes where Devyn hops to.   It perfectly captures the mood of each section of the book, ranging from the playfulness and pageantry of a Jane Austen style universe to the bloody grim warfare and steel of the Joan of Arc universe. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Sequential Planet - Zach B. Feb 26, 2022

    A wild, beautiful, intimate ride though a multiverse of the inner mind. More importantly, it sets Devyn on course for some compelling character development. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    BGCP - Michael Lennox Feb 22, 2022

    This is not for the faint-hearted with reality hopping Devyn starting to fall apart at the seams. Se now uses her cat Bo-Bae as an anchor and hopefully will find a way to find happiness before she runs out of hops. I do hope the creative team slow down a little as I had to re-read the issue several times to ensure that I got the full Bolero experience. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Major Spoilers - Jonathan Cadotte Feb 26, 2022

    While the series had a not mind-blowing opening, Bolero #2 really gets things going, utilizes its gimmick well, and is a well-put-together comic that is enjoyable both with its writing and visually. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    ComicBook.com - Logan Moore Feb 23, 2022

    Bolero #2 jumps all over the place. In some ways, that's to be expected given that this is a series that centers around the concept of the multiverse. In other ways, I feel like the story kind of gets jumbled with how much happens in this book. Read Full Review

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