Review: Mythic Volume 1

Weird and wonderful. (5 stars)

If you're into weird but fantastic comics like Pretty Deadly, Jupiter's Circle, or The Wicked + The Divine and need something new to read, look no further! Mythic, in a way, reminded me of  Death Vigil and was marvelously both different and similar to a lot of the titles I've enjoyed recently. It's off to a great start and I can't wait for the next one!

Notes: Review copy received via NetGalley.

Mythic Volume 1
by Phillip Hester & John McCrea
Comics, Graphic Novel, Paranormal
Print (248 pages, IMAGE)
Science is a lie, an opiate for the masses. The truth is, magic makes the world go 'round. And when magic breaks, MYTHIC fixes it. Apache shaman Waterson, Greek immortal Cassandra, and cell phone salesman Nate Jayadarma are the crack field team assigned with keeping the gears of the supernatural world turning, and more importantly, keeping you from ever knowing about it. Join Eisner nominee PHIL HESTER (Green Arrow, The Coffin) and Eisner winner JOHN McCREA (Hitman, The Boys) on their latest expedition to the dark heart of weird comics. Collects Mythic #1-8.

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