Comic Review: Isola #7

Isola #7

Image Comics

Writer: Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl

Artist: Karl Kerschl and MSassyK

Image Comics kicked off the year with a bang, bringing back Isola after the end of the first arc. Sadly, #6 didn’t pack the punch I was hoping for–instead, it felt like a filler issue, but #7, two months later, is still a welcome sight. Yes, you read that correctly, two months. Isola is now a bi-monthly publication. But enough logistics, let’s get into what Rook and the cursed Queen Olwyn face this month.

Story:

After stealing supplies from an army outpost in #6, Rook and the queen continue on their journey in search of the mythical land of Isola. Their route takes them to an ancient quarry. In the cliff face is carved a huge statue with a shrine at its feet. Locals that live in the caves nearby, identify Queen Olwyn, not as queen, but as much more than just a beautiful tiger right away. They invite Rook and the queen to stay with them as the hour grows late. But not all is right within this little community. There are no children. They have all been taken by someone. . . or something.

Read the full review on Sequentialplanet.com

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