Witch Hunter Angela In the altered realms of Battleworld Angela and Sera are Witch Hunters the scourges of King James England In a land beset by magic and monstrosity they seek a new and seductive evil not witc

  • Title: 1602: Witch Hunter Angela #1
  • Author: Marguerite Bennett Kieron Gillen Stephanie Hans Marguerite Sauvage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the altered realms of Battleworld, Angela and Sera are Witch Hunters, the scourges of King James England, 1602 In a land beset by magic and monstrosity, they seek a new and seductive evil, not witchbreed, but deal making Faustians, who bargain with ancient creatures for unnatural power Moral ambiguity Fancy allusions Marguerite making the most of that English degreIn the altered realms of Battleworld, Angela and Sera are Witch Hunters, the scourges of King James England, 1602 In a land beset by magic and monstrosity, they seek a new and seductive evil, not witchbreed, but deal making Faustians, who bargain with ancient creatures for unnatural power Moral ambiguity Fancy allusions Marguerite making the most of that English degree Try 1602 Witch Hunter Angela 1

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    One Reply to “1602: Witch Hunter Angela #1”

    1. Angela is currently my favourite Marvel character. Marguerite Bennett is currently my favourite Marvel writer.This is an excellent book.

    2. Pretty good! The 1600s are an interesting setting for Angela and Sera as they hunt down supernatural baddies. I'm behind on the Angela series, so I'm not sure if something's happened between her and Sera, but it seems like they're in some sort of romantic relationship, which is nice. Angela's feelings for Sera (romantic or otherwise) humanize her from an otherwise stoic exterior.There are two art styles used in this issue. The first one uses a lot of pinks and blues, and has a more cartoonish ap [...]

    3. I'm relatively new to Marvel (and entirely new to 1602) so had to look up some things to fully understand who was who and what was going on but it was great once I understood it a bit more! The art is amaaaazing.

    4. A story about stories, and beautifully told. I read a digital copy and am so glad that I could fill my screen with the art. Make sure you're in the mood for a little breaking of the fourth wall; this is part of its charm.

    5. I didn't like the art of this book at all when I first started reading it, but it grew on me a little as I went back through it. Every time I read a comic, I see the pictures, but don't really absorb the art on that initial read through. That first read is mostly for the story. Later I go back & really study the art. The name of the artist for this series escapes me, but I do like certain aspects of their art. Not gonna get real in depth with critiquing it. Art gets 3.Marguerite's writing is [...]

    6. 1602 delivers a good, witty story with beautiful art. I feel like I want to frame every single page of this comic. It's even better than the Angela Asgard's Assassin art. Very single frame feels like its own piece of art (ehich of course it is, but you know what I mean). The writing is solid and I really like how the writers spin their web.This issue explores more of Serah's (they spell it Serah in this issue) background and it leaves us with a stomach turning cliffhanger. There are a few glimps [...]

    7. I enjoyed this comic quite a bit. I love the 1602 world, and this issue draws you right in; there's no dawdling about, but just straight to the tale. I like the cast so far, and I'm really excited to see where it goes next. I'm a bit uneasy about the treatment of the Witchbreed, just as I was in the original 1602, but we'll see how it goes -- I'm hoping that the series will wrestle with that a bit.

    8. I was surprised just how atrocious this book was. Absolutely no characterization, terribly cliche plot points and dialogue. Really disappointing to see Angela used in this way now that she finally has a spotlight on her. Seriously, Marguerite Bennett should have her English degree revoked because she's a terrible writer who also sullies the work of Shakespeare.

    9. I like the art, the setting and the humour, but the story was only ok-ish. Plus, like in Marvel 1601 they tried to put as many "disguised" characters in it as possible.Not quite sure if I'll continue reading it.

    10. The setting is cool and the art is fantastic. My issue is that (like with the previous Angela comics) there's far too much exposition thrown around in attempts to explain everything. It's too much and unnecessary. Still, it's a good story, but it would have been better without the excess.

    11. In typical Angela fashion, the first one has a little too much "blah blah blah" to explain the story and not enough things happening to explain the story. However, the story is interesting and the art style is fitting for the setting they've put the characters in.

    12. The art in this book is incredible. I wasn't following the Marvel event until this book came out. Also, Shakespeare is in it.

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