Shutter #21

Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Leila Del Duca Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 11, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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"ALL ROADS," Part Four
Kate Kristopher learned everything about adventuring from her father, but who taught him? All roads come together for next month's arc finale, setting the stage for... well, it's gonna be big.

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    Comic Bastards - Chris Smith May 12, 2016

    The cast of protagonists has grown larger and larger since the latest story arc began and Kate began to meet her other siblings. Increasing the cast doesn't really matter unless those characters begin to fade into the background or blur together. Shutter so far has not had an issue with this, so we'll see how Keatinge handles the larger number of support characters. On another note Shutter has always been host to a very diverse cast with a wide range of personalities and traits, something that a lot of comics can't attest to. Overall Shutter is still a phenomenal comic, providing adventure in a lush world full of interesting and fun characters. Issue #21 fell a little short of expectations, but it just means that the next one will be even better. Read Full Review

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