Voodoo #2

    Voodoo » Voodoo #2 - Reflections released by DC Comics on December 2011.

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    Is she a hero? Is she a villain? Voodoo is on the run in the new DC Universe, trying to stay one step ahead of her pursuers, using all of her considerable skills to complete a mission that will put the entire Earth in danger. DC's sexy, edgy new series goes into overdrive with one of the most unexpected opening scenes ever!



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    Shape-shifting seductress 0

    Ron Marz promised this would be a sexy book and that’s just what we got last issue. He also promised that this book would have some action in it and he definitely delivers with that as well in this issue.Of all the Wildstorm characters that have showed up in the DCU so far, Voodoo seems to be the one that has changed the most. Marz stated that this incarnation of Voodoo would be a mix of old ideas and new ideas as well. So far, I think he is doing a great job of establishing that this character ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Gone from here 0

    This issue is not particularly fast moving but the story makes up for it.  It begins with one of the most bizarre scenes I have ever read in comics where Voodoo is impersonating Jess's dead partner in order to get knowledge out of her, but more so that they are portrayed post-coitus.  This leads to a bit of a manhunt for Voodoo, which ends with a standoff between the two.  As far as a series such as this one could go this is being taken in an interesting direction exploring a complex character w...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Sexualization Without Exploitation 0

    The Good: The cover is pretty great. There's a nice use of white space, and some good subtlety showing off her alien parts. Her excessive show of cleavage bothers me a bit, but the overall presentation is excellent. This issue starts with a sex scene that's incredibly tasteful. A lot of it involves getting some heavy emotional stuff out, and its an interesting way to set up a fueling for Agent Jess, as well as a unique way to truly introduce us to Voodoo after her mysterious entry in the first i...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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