hits counter Witchblade Origins, Volume 2 - Ebook PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Witchblade Origins, Volume 2

Availability: Ready to download

Top Cow Productions is proud to announce the completion of the second highly anticipated Witchblade Deluxe Collected Edition Revelations Including the classic story lines of Anne Bonnie the Pirate Witchblade and Sara's quest to discover the true Microwave Murderer's identity this huge collected edition has it all Featuring issues 9 through 17 and boasting an all new cover Top Cow Productions is proud to announce the completion of the second highly anticipated Witchblade Deluxe Collected Edition Revelations Including the classic story lines of Anne Bonnie the Pirate Witchblade and Sara's quest to discover the true Microwave Murderer's identity this huge collected edition has it all Featuring issues 9 through 17 and boasting an all new cover by Michael Turner this is your opportunity to own some of those hard to find issues you've always been wanting and explore a few of the greatest moments in the Witchblade's history. Collects issues 9-17


Compare

Top Cow Productions is proud to announce the completion of the second highly anticipated Witchblade Deluxe Collected Edition Revelations Including the classic story lines of Anne Bonnie the Pirate Witchblade and Sara's quest to discover the true Microwave Murderer's identity this huge collected edition has it all Featuring issues 9 through 17 and boasting an all new cover Top Cow Productions is proud to announce the completion of the second highly anticipated Witchblade Deluxe Collected Edition Revelations Including the classic story lines of Anne Bonnie the Pirate Witchblade and Sara's quest to discover the true Microwave Murderer's identity this huge collected edition has it all Featuring issues 9 through 17 and boasting an all new cover by Michael Turner this is your opportunity to own some of those hard to find issues you've always been wanting and explore a few of the greatest moments in the Witchblade's history. Collects issues 9-17

30 review for Witchblade Origins, Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Michael Turner's art really kicks it up a notch with his second volume. He's started to develop the style he's known for. His anatomy has gotten better, although he's still drawing unnaturally large boobs. But comics, especially Image comics in the 90's, were all like this. The storytelling has gotten better as well. The panel layouts flow better although he's still too reliant on two page vertical layouts. Whoever thought those were a good idea should be keelhauled. Textbox placement at least m Michael Turner's art really kicks it up a notch with his second volume. He's started to develop the style he's known for. His anatomy has gotten better, although he's still drawing unnaturally large boobs. But comics, especially Image comics in the 90's, were all like this. The storytelling has gotten better as well. The panel layouts flow better although he's still too reliant on two page vertical layouts. Whoever thought those were a good idea should be keelhauled. Textbox placement at least makes logical sense now, so I know what order to read them in.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yomna Asar

    on the bright side Sara wasn't half naked the ENTIRE time. That's progress. oh, I really don't like Jake.. on the bright side Sara wasn't half naked the ENTIRE time. That's progress. oh, I really don't like Jake..

  3. 4 out of 5

    Timo

    From time to time this was so confusing, really hard to follow the narrative. But as is thing is so often, art saved alot. Very good action scenes. But every now and then, the anatomy of those characters.... I know things can be exaggerated in comics, but still... in this one that is just stupid.

  4. 5 out of 5

    BookLuva28

    Solely based on the story I would've only given it 3 stars, simply because the first few episodes or issues left me wanting more. The building mystery and suspense surrounding the Witchblade and the Microwave killer felt like it was going to lead to more action only to fall a bit short for me. Although, I did enjoy the twist involving the characters Bruce and Danette and how they tied into the story; I would have liked to have seen the final confrontation/battle between Danette and Sara be more Solely based on the story I would've only given it 3 stars, simply because the first few episodes or issues left me wanting more. The building mystery and suspense surrounding the Witchblade and the Microwave killer felt like it was going to lead to more action only to fall a bit short for me. Although, I did enjoy the twist involving the characters Bruce and Danette and how they tied into the story; I would have liked to have seen the final confrontation/battle between Danette and Sara be more "kick ass!" The last two issues (which ended up being my favorite of the graphic novel in it's entirety) kept me enthralled as it lead me into a different, adventurous direction enough to be hyped up for the third installment in the series. My other reasons for rating it 4 stars: I'm a Michael Turner fan and the artwork is visually stunning (even breathtaking) in this trade paperback format, Sara Pezzini is an awesome character, the concept of the Witchblade and all of it's mysteries is original and almost keeps me curious enough to continue reading the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Epikaa

    Bit slow in the beginning, better in the end...let's see how the next issues are. Bit slow in the beginning, better in the end...let's see how the next issues are.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara Portela

    5 stars A solid origins story, although very much a product of its era. In my opinion, the first 50 issues are passable. They are somewhat important for nuance of the world, but not THAT important if you wish to skip it. For me, like I said on the review of the first volume, this comic book series has a highly nostalgic, so even if these first issues are not perfect (at all), I can't help but love them. 5 stars A solid origins story, although very much a product of its era. In my opinion, the first 50 issues are passable. They are somewhat important for nuance of the world, but not THAT important if you wish to skip it. For me, like I said on the review of the first volume, this comic book series has a highly nostalgic, so even if these first issues are not perfect (at all), I can't help but love them.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I think I'd like this series a little more if the main character didn't spend so much time having her ultra-tight clothing strategically torn. I think I'd like this series a little more if the main character didn't spend so much time having her ultra-tight clothing strategically torn.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Bonilla

    Compare to the first volume this was awesome. I felt really intrigue by the whole storyline, I have a lot of questions and they have been answering them through all the book.s The art is as always amazing, and honestly is my favorite one talking about it. The story abouy her father and all the art in that volume was just wow. The whole plot with Lisa, Bruce and the modeling couch was just amazing! I wasn't expecting that twist and it was really great developed. Also we get to meet Jackie Stacado! Compare to the first volume this was awesome. I felt really intrigue by the whole storyline, I have a lot of questions and they have been answering them through all the book.s The art is as always amazing, and honestly is my favorite one talking about it. The story abouy her father and all the art in that volume was just wow. The whole plot with Lisa, Bruce and the modeling couch was just amazing! I wasn't expecting that twist and it was really great developed. Also we get to meet Jackie Stacado! And how his story and his weapon entwined with Sara's. The second part of the book was kind of rush, but as it was developed it grew better and even the end was good for me. This was a great series and I'm eager to read the next one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Compared to the first volume, this was a disappointment. The film noir is lessened (which is what I loved about the first volume). There's a cross over that you're forced to buy the other book to even see, and it's entirely pointless in this book. Story lines end far too quickly and the new one that this ends on a cliffhanger isn't that intriguing for me. Unless you want to go through much more of the series, stick with the first volume. Compared to the first volume, this was a disappointment. The film noir is lessened (which is what I loved about the first volume). There's a cross over that you're forced to buy the other book to even see, and it's entirely pointless in this book. Story lines end far too quickly and the new one that this ends on a cliffhanger isn't that intriguing for me. Unless you want to go through much more of the series, stick with the first volume.

  10. 5 out of 5

    aaron

    the second installment of the classic witchblade series finds sara having trouble controlling the witchblade and the microwave murderer still on the loose. she is forced to confront a former bearer-gone-bad of the witchblade in an attempt at finding out the truth. there is also some cameos and hints at cool stuff to come as the darkness's jackie estacado makes some entrances for some cross-over issues. all in all a very good graphic novel collection...can't wait for volume three! the second installment of the classic witchblade series finds sara having trouble controlling the witchblade and the microwave murderer still on the loose. she is forced to confront a former bearer-gone-bad of the witchblade in an attempt at finding out the truth. there is also some cameos and hints at cool stuff to come as the darkness's jackie estacado makes some entrances for some cross-over issues. all in all a very good graphic novel collection...can't wait for volume three!

  11. 4 out of 5

    David

    Volume 1 had it right. Volume 2 is pretty weak to stand on its own. Unlike the first collection of issues, this one had no single overarching plot, no strong plot lines, and no conclusion. The pulp/noir feeling/style prevalent in the first volume is non-existent here. The are multiple plot lines going on in this collection and none of them end satisfactorily in any way; basically making sure that you if you want to stop, stop at volume 1, otherwise continue to volume 3.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Nabors

    The anatomy is outrageous. The coloring is gorgeous. The plot is intricate. And the dialog (or monologue) is trite to the point of being laughable. This is great lightweight summer reading for when you're at home with the flu or sipping mint juleps on the back porch. But like so many 90's comics, it falls short of being great literature. The anatomy is outrageous. The coloring is gorgeous. The plot is intricate. And the dialog (or monologue) is trite to the point of being laughable. This is great lightweight summer reading for when you're at home with the flu or sipping mint juleps on the back porch. But like so many 90's comics, it falls short of being great literature.

  13. 4 out of 5

    I. S.

    The writing in these issues seemed a little disjointed. I don't know if it's related to the introduction of another of Top Cow's series during this run of issues, but things seemed to jump around a lot. The writing in these issues seemed a little disjointed. I don't know if it's related to the introduction of another of Top Cow's series during this run of issues, but things seemed to jump around a lot.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Eloisa

    Ok, this got me. Gonna read the rest.

  15. 5 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    Yet another amazing addition to this book series that is completely changing the face of comics.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Liam

  17. 5 out of 5

    Steph

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jett Cat

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lizbeth Gabriel

  21. 5 out of 5

    Zachariah Gore

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cassidy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ashley O'Hara

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tomas

  26. 4 out of 5

    Steve

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Lee

  28. 5 out of 5

    Francisco

  29. 5 out of 5

    Peace

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kortney Stansbury

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...