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Mystere #1

Writer: Ben Meares Artist: Sergio Arino Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: September 4, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Mary Medina has been through a lot. Born with the ability to raise the dead, she has had many adventures-both as Mary and her alter-ego, Mystere-across the Grimm Universe. But now, Mary is content to leave her life as Mystere behind her. However, when mysterious deaths begin popping up too close to home, Mary must become Mystere once again to stop the horror that is being unleashed on her newfound home!

  • 9.6
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Sep 4, 2019

    Mystere may have a noteworthy premise, but the need to constantly remind us of what has happened before in order to set the stage of what is to come bogs down pages with needless history which could have been more effectively utilized by expanding the current atmosphere. While some may embrace this tragedy to better understand the character through repetition, for those who know her story a strategically placed Editor's Note would have sufficed even if it allows a re-connection of past to present. Hopefully, now that everyone has been brought up to speed we will be allowed to proceed with what will certainly be the forefront of what we expect for this dynamic woman, with imagery and colors that emphasize her independence but also promote her promise to help those in need which connect to painful memories. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Sep 7, 2019

    A great start that sets the stage for the chaos to come. I love Mary and am happy to see her back in another series. This issue expands her character by revealing much of her background. Also increasing her character is her day job, which is something that others often think about but never act upon. The visuals capture the real world and the one beyond the grave well. Though this issue starts this calmly, I'm sure upcoming issues will have more action. I'm ready for more! Read Full Review

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