Witchblade: Redemption, Volume 2

Sara Pezzini is once in sole control of the powerful, mystical gauntlet known as the Witchblade After a dangerous encounter with the emerald haired robotic assassin Aphrodite IV, Pezzini is immediately pulled into the prelude for the earth shattering events of Artifacts Included in this volume are Sara s encounter with Abigail van Alstine, the Necromancer, a prophetSara Pezzini is once in sole control of the powerful, mystical gauntlet known as the Witchblade After a dangerous encounter with the emerald haired robotic assassin Aphrodite IV, Pezzini is immediately pulled into the prelude for the earth shattering events of Artifacts Included in this volume are Sara s encounter with Abigail van Alstine, the Necromancer, a prophetic fairy tale, and the loss of family Collects the full storyline from Witchblade 137 141, as well as the stand alone stories from Witchblade Due Process by Phil Smith and Alina Urusov.
Witchblade Redemption Volume Sara Pezzini is once in sole control of the powerful mystical gauntlet known as the Witchblade After a dangerous encounter with the emerald haired robotic assassin Aphrodite IV Pezzini is immediatel

  • Title: Witchblade: Redemption, Volume 2
  • Author: Ron Marz Filip Sablik Phil Smith
  • ISBN: 9781607062097
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Witchblade: Redemption, Volume 2”

    1. Witchblade Redemption vol 1 made me feel like I was just reading Witchblade out of habit rather than because I cared about the story/characters. Thankfully, vol 2 mixes things up and gives the world of the Witchblade something fresh for long-time readers, and is a pretty good jumping on point for new readers (better than vol 1 anyway).Unfortunately, part of the reason it's a good starting point is because, if you're not reading the other Top Cow titles (maybe), you'll feel just as out of the loo [...]

    2. Always loved this title. Excellent art, story, intrigue, and characters. Even picking up a random issue(as is the case here) one can enjoy the story without an loss of continuity. You can easily see why this title is the flagship and has withstood the test of time with every page you turn. I recommend this for every comic reader and every lover of comic art.

    3. I just did not like this. The art, the stories they just did not pull me in like the other Witchblade series I have read.

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