Review by: ThePunisherMAX

Size: 32 pages
Price: 3.99

I really liked this book, just as I loved the original Pilot Season issue of Twilight Guardian. One of the main things I enjoy about the book is how it’s told almost entirely in narration. A lot of times, this would bother me, but Troy Hickman really seems to have the voice of the character down. He writes it in such a way that seems to pull me into the character and the world she’s in, even though this is just the first (or I guess second technically) issue of the book. She’s a rather interesting character, in the way that she believes she’s truly doing a great deal for her community, while we are able to see how she actually is. My one problem with the book is that it seemed to be rather rushed. All the events of the book seem to be flying by. With as much as I enjoy reading the character’s thoughts on everything, I would have liked a slower pace, and more time given to her opinions and views. But this could be because I think I remember hearing that it’s a four issue mini-series (although I could be wrong about that, not entirely sure). The art on this by Kotian was really great too. It fits the tone of the book rather well I think. I’d reccomend this book, and the original one-shot, to anyone because I think it appeals to lots of different crowds. Really looking forward to the second issue and reading more of this series.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. Cool review! Interesting about the pacing. I agree that the narration is very strong.

  2. Yeah, I’ll be the first to admit it moves along at quite a clip, but I’m trying to get through the story in the four issues I’ve got. Glad you’re along for the rest of the series; I think we’ve got some cool issues ahead. Thanks so much for the excellent review!

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