Book Review · Bookish · Graphic Novel

Book Review: Charmed: A Thousand Deaths by Erica Schultz, Maria Sanapo (Contributor)



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Dynamite Entertainment is proud to continue the story of Phoebe, Piper, and Paige, television’s fan-favorite witches, in all-new adventures set within the official continuity of Charmed!

A dark force has set its sights on the art world of San Francisco, utilizing a gallery exhibit to feed souls to the underworld and unleash demons into our reality. Only the Power of Three, harnessed by the Halliwell sisters, can stop the madness!

My Review:

I used to watch Charmed since I was a child, so when I saw that there was a graphic novel for the tv show, I had to pick it up.

The storyline seems to be what a typical episode features, which included the right doses of danger, sassiness, and the power of 3. So, I was happy with that aspect.

I didn’t like the illustrations at all. I had a difficult time distinguishing who is who through out the entire comic. This was a huge turn off for me.

Now, I did say that the story had the correct dose of sassiness, but the kind of sassiness that belonged to each individual of the charmed ones was mixed up.

I received an eARC in exchange with an honest review.




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