Witchblade #151

Witchblade #151

Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Diego Bernard Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 4, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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DAWN OF A NEW ERA!
The new creative team of TIM SEELEY (HACK/SLASH) and DIEGO BERNARD (The Man With No Name) bring excitement and big changes to Sara Pezzini's world with this debut jump-on issue! Forever altered by the events of ARTIFACTS, Sara finds herself in a completely foreign situation and surroundings. The mystery of how and why will compel readers for the coming year and beyond!

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 4, 2012

    I've collected Witchbladeoff and on since Marz took over on the series, but I could never get back intoit the way I had before his start. With Seeley and Bernard though, I'm actuallyexcited to read Witchblade again forthe first time in years. This book is the top notch quality it should be andthough some long time readers may be turned off at first, I think the largerappeal for the series is there as long as the book ships on time. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Andrenn Jan 4, 2012

    Witchblade #151 is the testing ground for the new creative team. This issue tests if they will sink or swim. I am happy to say that so far they are swimming and the series has not taken any dives in quality. Tim Seeley continues to write Sara Pezzini as one of the best leading female characters in comics. Bernard impresses as a new face in the industry. Both of these two making for a strong new creative team for the series. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Andrenn Jan 4, 2012

    Witchblade #151 is the testing ground for the new creative team. This issue tests if they will sink or swim. I am happy to say that so far they are swimming and the series has not taken any dives in quality. Tim Seeley continues to write Sara Pezzini as one of the best leading female characters in comics. Bernard impresses as a new face in the industry. Both of these two making for a strong new creative team for the series. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Jan 4, 2012

    The other half of that team is Diego Bernard, who turns in an issue full of gritty settings and detailed characters. He creates a chilling vision of Chicago, and not just because it is winter time. He develops a dark mood for a murder scene, and a busy and crowded environment at the local night club. To draw Witchblade, an artist must have an affinity for drawing busty women and horrifying monsters; Bernard delivers both in spades. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Lan Pitts Jan 5, 2012

    The story's direction isn't bad, but it feels overcomplicated, like a completed puzzle that still has a few extra pieces. Bernard's art, though, is top notch. It's still weird to see Sara in this light again, but his attention to detail is strong and Sara's new world looks pretty good. I know it will probably take a while for Seeley to find Sara's groove, but this wasn't the first impression I had wanted. Read Full Review

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