RICH REVIEWS: Last Witch # 1
Title: Last Witch # 1
Publisher: BOOM! Box
Created by: Conor McCreery
Written by: Conor McCreery
Illustrated by: V.V. Glass
Colored by: Natalia Nesterenko
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: V.V. Glass
Variant Covers by: Jorge Corona with Colors by Sarah Stern, Peach Momoko, Chrissie Zullo, Sabine Rich
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Saoirse and Padraig are two children out in the woods talking about going to a tower where a witch might be. Saoirse is a headstrong girl. Now Padraig goes off on his own and Saoirse goes home.
I like the saying here about a promise “A promise is a bird that can never be set free.” it is so true. Anywho makes a promise a true promise they plan to keep as all promises should be will instantly know what this means.
The art is beautifully done in a not quit cartoon style. Saoirse is a cute girl starting to mature.
Saoirse and her brother Brahm go out on an adventure. For them, they do find what they were looking for.
A tower is out in the woods and what is inside is a mystery yet to be seen. Now Saoirse finds that adventures do not always go as you want. She finds out that danger does lurk around the corner or maybe inside an old tower. The tower is illustrated great and looks just like it is supposed to as an old abandoned falling apart structure.
Saoirse wanted an adventure and she is getting one here, she just may not want what she gets. The tension is starting to build. Things are moving along nicely and you are getting drawn into what is happening. You will come back for more.