Witchblade #100

Writer: Ron Marz Artist: Adriana Melo, Michael Choi, and various, Sonia Oback, Blond Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 19, 2006 Critic Reviews: 1
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Witchblade reaches its 100th issue with a milestone story that will shake the book to its very core! New York City Police detective Sara Pezzini has been the wielder of the mystic weapon known as the Witchblade since issue #1. But Sara realizes nothing lasts forever as she faces a friend turned deadly enemy ... and only one of them will survive! Writer Ron Marz has been building to this story since the beginning of his acclaimed run, bringing closure to the past and setting the stage for the future. Outgoing penciler Mike Choi pulls out all the stops in his Witchblade swansong, joined by new regular artist Adriana Melo. Plus, a shocking endin more

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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Sep 5, 2006

    Verdict? I think if Marz had stayed on the same track he had been building over the last 25 issues or so, this would have been a nice transition into the next phase of Witchblade. Instead, issue #100 read a lot like the hackneyed stories that were produced prior to Marzs tenure, and that is where my disappointment lies. Let the river run, Mr. Marz! No, that doesnt mean rent Working Girl. Read Full Review

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