Monstress, Vol. 5: Warchild

Monstress, Vol. 5: Warchild Details

The next volume in the best-selling Eisner, Hugo, Harvey & British Fantasy Award winning series by MARJORIE LIU and SANA TAKEDA!

There's no turning back from the long dreaded war between the Federation and Arcanics - a massive human army gathers, ready to destroy the frontier city of Ravenna and enslave its inhabitants. Maika must decide whether to finally embrace her destructive power in the hopes that it can protect her friends - but what will be the consequences of no longer fighting her hunger? Will the repercussions be too much to bear?

Collects MONSTRESS issues #25-30

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Title:Monstress, Vol. 5: Warchild
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534316614
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    Monstress, Vol. 5: Warchild Reviews

  • TheVampireBookworm

    This volume promised war so I was really looking forward to action. Instead, I got the usual confusion of too many characters who look alike and too much text in some panels. Aaaand the war only start...

  • Cathy

    We are back in Constantine, briefly... at the beginning of each chapter. Finally we are being told what really happened six years ago, in very small doses.Back to present day: War is about to break ou...

  • Sahitya

    Whatever be my feelings about the actual story of this series, I’m always excited for the new volume just to be able to finally see more of the gorgeous artwork, and it didn’t disappoint as always...

  • Ashley

    Star Rating: —> 5 StarsHoly Sh*t... & I didn't think there COULD be any higher stakes. The art was exceptionally beautiful as always... the progression of the storyline was impeccable & incredibly p...

  • Blake the Book Eater

    Every time I think this series can’t get better...it does. This volume kicks off with a whole ass war. We are truly in it now and it’s just as brutal and horrific as war is. Maika, Kippa, Zinn, Co...

  • Nadja

    Let's stop talking about the art -it's gorgeous and mind-blowing as usual. These issues are heavy war-oriented and even more brutual than the previous volumes. Please be aware. Story wise we're not pr...

  • Marta

    Ok, so I am obsessed with this series. I was examining myself: what in goddess’s name is going on? This is horror, very dark themes, an indecipherable plot, gore, blood, hopelessness... yet, I lap i...

  • Jerrie (redwritinghood)

    I continue to enjoy this series. Stunning art as usual in this one. It has a dark, brutal storyline and keeps me rapt. ...

  • Kogiopsis

    At this point I'm not even gonna try writing a review until the entire series is out and I've had a chance to read it in one go....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Last volume felt a little slower, since we were delving into Maika's history and her relationship with her father - this volume dials the momentum back up to eleven by having Maika and co. trapped in ...