RICH REVIEWS: The Tiger’s Tongue # 1
Title: The Tiger’s Tongue # 1
Publisher: Mad Cave Studios
Writer: Olivia Stephens
Artist: Diansakhu Banton-Perry
Inker & Colorist: Bex Glendining
Covers: Odera Igbokwe
Letterer: Jamette Gil
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: A village becomes under the protection and guidence of the tigers. The Tiger People find the River People and they live together in peace. That peace though may be broken.
The art looks lovely it has a nice soft style that brings out the characters personalities. The tigers are illustrated as majestic creatures. They appear so peaceful.
The tigers here have many gifts and they pass them onto the Tiger People.
The Court here here does have drama going on. The people are unsure of its leadership. Two daughter will compete against each other in three trials to become the new Queen of the Claw. These sisters are totally different and it seems a foregone conclusion which one will win. Will they remain friends still and will their love for each other stay strong as they fight each other? When the trials start the action will to.
The story flows smoothly enough and this issue does set up for what is to come. The tigers are shown and used a small amount. Using them more would help to show how important they are to the people.
The two sisters are the best of friends the one sister though wants to be Queen and from her reaction to the competition she wants to win in the worst way. Will becoming Queen tear these two loving sisters apart?