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Subj: Silk #1: Take it or leave it?
Posted: Mon Jan 24, 2022 at 09:59:09 pm EST (Viewed 118 times)
Silk 001 (of 5) Volume 4
Quote:Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes
Jan 16, 2022 https://www.comiccrusaders.com/
If you liked the last run, then to be honest, this is more of the same witha mix of diversity that feel natural and not forced. Maybe not as biting on social media as say, Netflix's Don't Look Up, but there is a kind of social commentary,
Quote:But Why Tho? - Collier "CJ" Jennings
Jan 17, 2022 https://butwhythopodcast.com/
Silk #1 brings a new writer and a new threat for Cindy Moon to face while keeping the same artists and the same grasp on characterization (including JJJ)
Quote:AIPT - David Brooke
Jan 17, 2022 https://aiptcomics.com/
If you're familiar it's a bit slow as it catches us up on details we already knew with nothing new to change the character. It makes the #1 branding a bit confusing (LGY#32)
Quote:Multiversity Comics - Alexander Manzo
Jan 24, 2022 http://www.multiversitycomics.com/
The meat from the story comes less from who she is fighting and more about who she wants to become.
Quote:Razorfine - Alan Rapp
Jan 24, 2022 https://www.razorfine.com/
Much of what fans have come to expect in early Silk runs is still present here including Cindy's internal monologue and narration, her dual jobs as an online journalist and super-hero (including taking down some dimwitted robbers), and keeping up with her therapy appointments in a less than full social calendar. As to what was awakened in the museum, it can't be anything good.
That pretty much covers it, right? How different a threat and/or variety will "The Witch" magical threat here be from the Cat Demon of the last mini? Take it or leave it, eh?
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