Mother Panic Volume 2 Read Online Free - One of the breakout hits from Gerard Way's DC's Young Animal imprint, featuring a new vigilante on the streets of Gotham City in this new graphic novel MOTHER PANIC VOL. 2!
Part of Gerard Way's new imprint, DC's Young Animal!
Gotham's newest vigilante, Mother Panic, sees a life she once saved again struck by tragedy, causing her to take a deeper look at her mission of revenge and her role in Gotham City. But when she gets a hunch about the new murderer in Gotham, are impulsiveness and a thirst for vengeance really the right tools to stop a killer?
Collects issues #7-12 of this brand-new series from Jody Houser (Faith) with art by Shawn Crystal (ARKHAM MANOR)!
MOTHER PANIC is a part of DC's Young Animal--a four-book grassroots mature-reader imprint, creatively spearheaded by Gerard Way, bridging the gap between the DCU and Vertigo, and focusing on the juxtaposition between visual and thematic storytelling.
|Title||:||Mother Panic Volume 2|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
January 31, 2018
Much more focused.
World: The art is fine for the first three issues, the tone is consistent to the dialog and the art informs the feel of the book the writer is going for. Then the next three issues come with Crytal and the art becomes cartoonish and the heavy story becomes disjointed due to the...
December 29, 2017
A great second volume! So this series has had some mixed reception for readers; this volume however I felt has really elevated this series In both story and artwork! So this book is split into two mini arcs; the first being, "Victim Complex". I thought this first arc was pretty good, as we see Mo...
March 12, 2018
*Advanced copy received from NetGalley*
With volume 2 of Jody Houser's "Mother Panic," Violet's investigation into her past, as well as her quest for revenge, push her closer to becoming the champion for Gotham she never intended to be.
With this second installment, the writing for the series feel...
November 27, 2017
I suppose a part of me felt a bit iffy about the first volume but felt there could be potential enough to continue through the second volume. Upon reading the first few pages, I immediately felt confident about my decision as the first few pages alone added so much to the story that I felt compel...
February 27, 2018
This continues to be much better than I had ever expected it to be. My only complaint is the shift in art from John Paul Leon to Shawn Crystal is a bit jarring as they have completely different styles.
March 05, 2018
February 05, 2018
The first half of this was great. But, the second half was so stylistically different that I hardly felt like I was reading the same series. Started strong; ended bland.