Shutter #17

Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Leila Del Duca Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 18, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 8.9
    The Latest Pull - Marcus Orchard Nov 19, 2015

    It's really a shame that the best issue of this arc is the last one. Shutter #17 has some of the strongest dialogue and one of the most defining moments of the series. Joe Keatinge is really doing some of his best work in the series right now. Leila Del Duca continues to show why she is one of the most creative artists in the industry, as she continues to tell the story effectively with her sequential art. Now comes the grueling wait until February until the next arc. This is a great time to catch up if you somehow aren't on board with the series yet. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Garcia Nov 23, 2015

    Together, Keatinge and del Duca have made "Shutter" something that plays out satisfying as a single issue serialization and exciting as a collected whole. They've juggled their numerous plots with aplomb, delivered twists that elicit genuine gasps, and made this batch of characters whose motivations and values are deeply understandable and worth investing in, including a psychotic robot alarm clock cat. Even if small steps are being made in the story right now, "Shutter" remains an engaging and exciting read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Andr Habet Nov 18, 2015

    With Kate's proposed plan at the end of the issue, most other comics would probably call it a wrap once the Kristopher siblings and their friends pull it off. So far though, Shutter has shown that any assumptions about where its story might go should be immediately discarded or reserved for fun bouts of online speculation. This is a comic that has continuously proven that it knows how to do humor, action and heart, featuring a diverse cast of queer, gender non-conforming characters that refuse to be one-dimensional. In an ideal world, this would be THE neverending story, and I hope Keatinge and Del Duca are having just as much fun, likely more, making it as I do reading it every month. Read Full Review

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