Review: Andraste

Issue one:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art – pages 1-8 by Unai Ortiz de Zarale, pages 9-22 Abel Cicero
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue two:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art by Abel Cicero
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue 2.5:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art by Francesca Fantini
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue three:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art – pages 1-10 by Abel Cicero, 11-21 by George Quadros, 22-31 by Carlos Nieto
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

“In first-century Britain, a family wages war against the Roman empire in defense of their home, their future, and each other.”

You can buy Volume One on ComiXology!

This is going to be a slow burn, but for people that enjoy historical based fiction, I think you’ll enjoy the beauty in this story. The bonds of family and protecting what’s yours, the darkness and hardships that linger as possibilities, and so much more. It’s an ambitious story that could easily go on for a lengthy series, and with the support it’s found in crowd funding, it likely could.

While the artists shift a lot, some issues having multiple inkers, the consistency and beauty holds throughout each issue in volume one. Tied together by the gorgeous colors of DC Alonso, everything feels like it belongs while each getting to do their own work. The lettering done by Micah Myers is great as well.

Learn more at AndrasteComic.com and make sure to check out and support this indie comic on social media as well!

Thank you to Honor Vincent for sending me the lovely review package!

-Angel

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