Witchblade #152

Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Fred Benes, Diego Bernard Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 25, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Tracking supernatural killers was a lot easier when Sara Pezzini, bearer of the Witchblade, lived in her hometown of New York and was a police detective. Now she must do it while avoiding butting heads with the Chicago PD and trying to make ends meet as a private detective. The new creative team of TIM SEELEY (HACK/SLASH) and DIEGO BERNARD (The Man With No Name) continue to shake up the status quo of WITCHBLADE!


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  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 25, 2012

    Seeley and Bernard have succeeded yet again in creating aninteresting story with acute details that rejuvenate a franchise that was suffocatingwith the same story sequence month end and month out. This also shows that youdon't need to restart a book in order to give it a fresh start (talking to youMarvel, DC needed that shit). Instead with intelligent writing and a strongartistic partnership you can transform a book that most had written off as a "saferead", to a fantastic monthly comic. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Jan 25, 2012

    Tim Seeley has put Sara in a new environment where she has lost all privileges that go with being a cop and must instead endure the hardships private investigating. While the first issue was a solid step in this interesting new direction, the second installment takes a harsh tumble. Sara is a strong woman and as much a warrior as any hero out there, but this issue makes her reason for crime fighting out to be more like an addiction to getting into trouble instead of her usually more altruistic motives. She's an adrenaline junkie who can't wait to whip out the Witchblade and punch something. Read Full Review

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