Legacy of Mandrake the Magician #1
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Legacy of Mandrake the Magician #1

Writer: Erica Schultz Artist: Diego Giribaldi, Juan Pablo Massa Publisher: Red 5 Comics Release Date: October 28, 2020 Cover Price: $3.95 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
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King Features, Red 5 Comics, and StoneBot Studios cast a spell this October as they present a new take on the classic comic strip Mandrake The Magician in an all-new comic book series! Mandy Paz is by all appearances an ordinary teenager just trying to make her way through high school. If she seems like she's going out of her way to avoid attention, that's because she's hiding a big secret-she has powerful magical talents. So, when strange and sinister things start happening in her small town, Mandy decides to take action. And on her quest to chase down the root of the town's trouble she just might discover the truth about her own lega more

  • 8.4
    Graphic Policy - Brett Oct 28, 2020

    I honestly wasn't expecting a lot from Legacy of Mandrake the Magician #1. It's not meant as an insult but it's just not a character I've been interested in. Red 5 Comics has published some solid work though, so I had hope I'd be surprised. And, I was. Legacy of Mandrake the Magician #1 is a fantastic start and a great update to the classic character delivering superhero elements with your classic teenage drama. It's a series that intrigued me when it was announced and having now read the first issue, I can't wait for the next one. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    COMICON - Rachel Bellwoar Oct 26, 2020

    In Snow White, the Evil Queen used her magic mirror to find out who's the fairest in the land. Mandy is learning magic from hers. What could go wrong? Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Newsarama - Kat Calamia Aug 21, 2020

    Legacy of Mandrake The Magician #1 shines the most with its superhero elements - from her character design to Mandy's powerset, but Schultz fails to translate that intrigue into Mandy's characterization and high school life. The series plays it a bit too safe for this to be a memorable debut. Read Full Review

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