“The mythology and world building of Everfrost gets deeper in this third issue”
The last few week’s pick of comics!
“This is without a doubt one of the best series’ I’ve read this year and I’m eager to see more from both members of the creative team.”
“There’s a great sense of positivity in the ending of this issue, and I’m really looking forward to the finale next month.”
“I feel like I need to watch cute animal videos to take the edge off.”
“Everfrost #2 provides more world building and character insight, which is nicely balanced throughout.”
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“This is a really good issue, and it’s great to see how Alice’s story develops as she continues to find her feet in San Francisco. I’m really looking forward to seeing what the next issue holds.”
“It might be obvious at this point, but I quite like Alice In Leatherland”
“The visuals are impressive and it was nice to be able to dive into a cold world on a hot day.”
“I don’t get to combine social policy and shotguns anywhere near often enough.”
“This issue does a lot to fill in Logan’s background, revealing the details of her long completed prophecy, and telling us more about her past relationship with Bailey. We also learn more about both Lilith and Gia as we also pick up where we left off with the two characters from opposite ends of a prophecy crossing paths for the first time, hero and ultimate evil. This issue also opens with the shady organisation that ended the first issue by brawling with Lilith, and while they’re still quite a vague presence I feel we do learn a little bit more about them here.”
“Honestly, my only complaint is that I was annoyed when I ran out of pages to read.”
“What happens after you successfully fulfil a prophecy to save the world?
Logan finds herself at university with a bunch of other kids who’ve been told they’re destined to save the world, but after completing her prophecy when she was only thirteen she’s at a loss of what to do with her life.”
“Richard feels compelled to help in whatever way he can, but Nick’s troubles are of a much higher stake than Richard could have imagined.”