This should have been marked read last year The year before But for some reason wasn t So the date listed is a reread, and I will likely reread it again Really enjoy this series. After Stopping A Supernatural Sibling Rivalry From Setting A Gallery And The City Ablaze, There S No Rest For Supernatural Thief Lucifer The Surviving Sister, Madame Cymbaline, Wants Lucifer To Join Her Organization, And Won T Take No For An Answer Cymbaline S Quest Comes At A Great Cost To Both Women, As Their Quest For Vengeance Takes Them Through Dimensions And To Their LimitsAhexed The Harlot The Thief Marks The Ongoing Series Debut For The Character That Launched PRETTY DEADLY Artist Emma Rios Career In Rios Returns To Provide The Cover For This Volume, While Newcomer Dan Mora Brings A Lyrical And Unique Take To The Artwork, Paired With The Script From One Of Comics Leading Horror Writers, Michael Alan Nelson DAY MEN, DAYS LATER, DINGO Holy sh So awesome Longer review to come. I need Hexed in my life This series is fantastic After the events of the previous volume, Lucifer, Val, and Raina set up shop in a nightclub and begin to recover the magical artifacts they lost They cross paths with Madame Cymbaline again and things go downhill from there.Oh my, that cliffhanger On to the next volume As with so many other comics I really enjoyed the first few issues of Hexed but it was downhill from there The first storyline ended before issue 6, which is strange, and the next arc wasn t as entertaining I should have been interested in the turn of events and the path the main character was forced down, but instead I thought it changed the entire tone of the story It went from a fun sort of urban fantasy story to a let s make the two super powered people fight kind of thing It was just ok, and I felt like it had potential to be really great at first. I m still not happy with the Barbie Doll art, but the story has taken some surprising turns, and the image on the last page was a real surprise One other problem I sometimes have is that the banter between Lucifer and her intern often sounds like a comedy team But overall, my opinion of this series has gone up despite the art. I bought this as part of a bundle, so I might not be the right audience, but I found it to be really chaotic art and plotting with stale characters. The second in a series in which continues the story of Lucifer Luci Jennifer Inagcio Das Neves Fun and exciting. Just gets darker and better I have issue 8 signed by the writer I cherish this issue. Solid, I STILL WISH THE SHIP WOULD HAVE HAPPENED.
Michael Alan Nelson grew up in a small Indiana farming community before moving to Los Angeles in 2002 He is the winner of the 2004 New Times 55 Fiction contest for his short short The Conspirators and was awarded the 2011 Glyph Comics Award for Best Female Character for the character Selena from his series 28 Days Later Michael is the author of the critically acclaimed comic series Hexed,
- 112 pages
- Michael Alan Nelson
- 24 March 2019 Michael Alan Nelson