The gypsy witch Nataliya is brought before the Emperors’ court to answer for her crimes against the Order of Tarot. Meanwhile, Talisman finds himself on the run in New York City with the evil forces of Tarot hunting him down.
Written by Joe Brusha Art by Renato Rei Colored by Ulises Grostieta
There’s not too much action in this issue, although it does start off with some in flashback! Talisman makes an interesting character – he is very much in the Luke Skywalker mold, striving for the light when there is darkness inside his lineage too. It was also nice to see what is going on within the other realms too!.
There seems to be a lot of double dealing in the shadows within Tarot, and I suspect that it will ultimately be their undoing!
I enjoyed this issue, with a lot of information and some more secrets being told (obviously there are some being held back, but hey! you wouldn’t want it to all come out.
I like the art in this issue, mixing between the realms, the light and the dark work really well!
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