Birthright #29 Capsule Review


Title: Birthright #29

Publisher: Image Comics/Skybound

Writer: Joshua Williamson

Artist: Andrei Bressan

Colorist: Adriano Lucas

Letterer: Pat Brosseau

Cover: Andrei Bressan

Review: ★★☆☆☆

Birthright is clearly a book that has been running for the last two and half years. It’s not recommended jumping into a book midstory. By saying this, it’s hard to review the book without much lead in. Issue 29 happens right after the events of a large train wreck have caused troubles to characters in our story line.  The book has magical science fiction back ground which involves a blood door and jaded family history. It’s history that tend to break families apart. The story is a solid one and I can see myself going back to read the last two years to catch up. Bressan’s art is life-like and emotional at the right moments. It’s helpful to any story that the characters exist in the space they are drawn even when the characters aren’t there. If you’re a fan of the series it’s a great continuation of the Birthright’s tale, it just doesn’t lend a hand to any newcomers looking to jump into the series.

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