Witchblade #115 a,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Sara Pezzini and Dani Baptiste both face new challenges, but the question is -- which is more difficult, raising a newborn or fighting off the latest supernatural threat that is drawn to the Witchblade? With a stunning two-part diptych cover by Mike Choi and Sonia Oback and the stage set for the dramatic debut of painter Stjepan Sejic as the new Witchblade ongoing artist next issue, this one is not to be missed!
"Is this weekly now? Hmm. Anyway, it’s still weird to me that not only do I read Witchblade now, not only do I enjoy Witchblade now, I actually LOOK FORWARD to Witchblade. Weird, like I said. What’s weirder is that perennial whipping-boy for everything crass and cheesecake-y about modern comics, Witchblade has developed into a pretty cool little slice-of-life book, with Sara juggling the demands of being a new mother and a cop (and occasional supernatural champion), while Dani tries to juggle a dance career with dating (and occasional supernatural championing). This issue is actually a great jumping on point, with very little cheesecake (there is some, but it’s more-or-less tasteful) and a lot of drama and comedy, as we get to see a day in the life of both leads. Plus, a super-cute baby! In Witchblade. I know, right?"
THIS BOOK GETS 8 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10