Athena Voltaire #1
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Athena Voltaire #1

Writer: Paul Daly Artist: Steve Bryant, Chad Fidler Publisher: Speakeasy Comics Release Date: August 18, 2010 Critic Reviews: 2
7.5Critic Rating
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 4, 2006

    In terms of basic artistic mechanics such as proportion and aesthetic use of space, Athena Voltaire is a beautiful book. Furthermore, the well metered pace often explodes into breakneck action, and there's still time for well-crafted dialogue. A lot of fun and recommended. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Karyn Pinter Aug 23, 2010

    Now this is an old comic, not like '70s old, but it is from a few years ago. I certainly didnt have this sitting on my desk that long either. No, I picked this up at Comic Con 10 and had a chat with the artist/creator, Steve Bryant. It was first published as a web comic and earned an Eisner nomination. It was then put to paper by Speakeasy Comics until it went under a couple weeks later without finishing the run and without paying anyone. Ape Entertainment picked up Athena Voltaire in 2006 to relaunch the title and put out a second volume. Truly, its been an adventure for Athena, sort of the little comic that could. Id say if you happen across the issues somewhere and you really love the action adventure genre, then this comic just might be up your alley. Read Full Review

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