Curse Words #17: Capsule Review


Title:  Curse Words #17

Publisher:  Image Comics

Writer:  Charles Soule

Artist: Ryan Browne

Colorist: Addison Duke & Ryan Browne

Letterer: Chris Crank

Cover Artist:  Ryan Browne & Zander Cannon

Review:  ★★★★☆

Curse Words continues to be entertaining, fun and has sharp dialog and artwork. The cover gives us indications that Jacques Zacques is not totally done. The return of the RMS Titanic is imminent as well. Catch up if your lost here. This issue focuses mostly on Jacques Zacques. Is it just me or does his name have a superhero ring to it? A subtle nod to Mr. Lee.  Zacques goes into training to be a world class magic user. The last issue proves this is necessary. Soule comes up with a great mantra on how magic works. I found terribly clever and very becoming of the book and Mr. Soule’s writing style. The Wizord and Ruby are not without their own situations. Ruby attempts to deal with who the Wizord actually happens to be. His actions at the beginning of the series are catching up with him. We also get the some to catch up with Margaret and her reality. I enjoyed this issue more then I thought I would. The story is a nice build up to some potential magical battle. Let’s hope the wait is worth it.

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