Thursday, September 29, 2011

[Review] - Storm Born, Issue #3

Title: Storm Born, Issue #3
Writers: Richelle Mead & Grant Alter
Artists: Dave Hamann
Cover Artists: Dave Hamann & Jennyson Rosero
Series: Dark Swan
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Graphic Novel
Release Date: September 21, 2011

I received this issue for review from Sea Lion Books.

Summary:  Eugenie Markham is a freelance shaman, guarding our world from the invasion of Otherworldly creatures. Eugenie has decided to cross into the Otherworld alone to rescue Jasmine a girl no else will.

Entering one of the most dangerous dimensions alone isn't easy or safe but no one ever said being a hero was. Unfortunately for Eugenie, she will come face to face with her past and learn truths she would have preferred were left buried.

Thoughts: Eugenie journeys into the Otherworld, to find the missing Jasmine, but she is careful to bring some help with her. The action in Issue #3 is a bit tame compared to the other installments, but still wonderful. Dazzling art with vibrant colors. The Otherworld reveals temptations and secrets from the past for Eugenie. All I say is give me more. I'm loving this graphic novel. I'm hooked on the story. I didn't think I would enjoy it this much. Dark Swan is quickly becoming a must read.

Score: 4 Stars

Where to Buy:
Storm Born Issue #1 (out now) Things From Another World
Dark Swan Vol. 1 (October 4, 2011) Amazon & Things From Another World

Click to enlarge the graphics. All graphics were posted with the permission of the publisher.

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