Witchblade #57

Writer: David Wohl Artist: Francis Manapul, J. Sibal, Jason Gorder, Marlo Alquiza, A. Martinez Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 31, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Part 4 of 4--From the pages of Top Cow's Darkness comes the enigmatic and always evil Sonatine. But what does he want with Sara Pezzini and the Witchblade? And could this herald the long-awaited return of Jackie Estacado, the Darkness? We're not talking, but Sonatine will...

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 2, 2002

    The Witchblade manifests during the adventure, and from what I can see, it protects Sara in full. Manapul however keeps her clothed! Perhaps, Mr. Wohl always saw Sara as a serious representation of the female heroic archetype. He just needed to get rid of the other guys to fully express this understanding. For whatever reason, thanks to Mr. Wohl and Francis Manapul, Witchblade no longer seems to be a dirty joke. The writing is intelligent. The artwork is solid and good. Read Full Review

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