Voodoo, Vol. 2: The Killer in Me

Black Razor Agent Fallon has finally tracked down Voodoo and has her cornered Now it s time for revenge But Voodoo knows the truth of her own origins and will decide if she s going to be a hero or a villain Then, Pris is forced to confront exactly what she has become after being experimented on by the Daemonites She s offered a deal by the Black Razorsbut whereverBlack Razor Agent Fallon has finally tracked down Voodoo and has her cornered Now it s time for revenge But Voodoo knows the truth of her own origins and will decide if she s going to be a hero or a villain Then, Pris is forced to confront exactly what she has become after being experimented on by the Daemonites She s offered a deal by the Black Razorsbut wherever way she turns, it s guaranteed blood will be on her hands.
Voodoo Vol The Killer in Me Black Razor Agent Fallon has finally tracked down Voodoo and has her cornered Now it s time for revenge But Voodoo knows the truth of her own origins and will decide if she s going to be a hero or a v

  • Title: Voodoo, Vol. 2: The Killer in Me
  • Author: Joshua Williamson Sami Basri
  • ISBN: 9781401238155
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Voodoo, Vol. 2: The Killer in Me”

    1. An odd ending to the New 52 Voodoo series. Never one to waste assets needlessly, DC allows both heroes and villains pass through trials and survive; some just barely.

    2. Not the greatest story, but I will give credit for flipping things around with the Voodoo we knew. The last book opened with her as a stripper, and showed us a woman who understood the power of sex, and how it could serve her mission as a daemonite hybrid. Now we know that that woman was not the Voodoo we knew. In fact, the Voodoo we knew has been locked up all this time and is not at all pleased about her clone's sexual activities.

    3. d they ruined the good start by going into a predictable, hackneyed clone storyd ending their print run with the truly terrible line "Kneel before Voodoo!"

    4. The artwork is just as pretty as in the first volume. Voodoo, Pris's clone, is driven by the prophecy that is said to save the Daemonite race. Pris is the weaker of the two, but she has allies that join her in finding Voodoo, but the fight is between her and Voodoo alone.After attacking the war council and killing the other hybrids, Voodoo is given the position of commander of the hybrids on Earth by the war council, bringing her back into the Daemonite fold. Pris and Voodoo finally meet face to [...]

    5. Reprints Voodoo #0, 7-12 (May 2012-November 2012). Voodoo has taken her life and Priscilla Kitaen is out for revenge! Forcefully teamed with Lincoln’s Black Razors, Priscilla is headed to Jupitor’s moon of Europa and an ancient civilization of Daemonites. The Daemonites are hiding a weapon known as the Blue Flame which could be the turning point in the Daemonites’ war against humanity. Priscilla and the Black Razors must stop Voodoo and the Daemonites before it is too late!Written by Josh [...]

    6. While it moved away from its overtly sexual overtones of the first book, the battle between Voodoo and her alternate Pris is only moderately entertaining. The one thing I have to give this book - it's not afraid of throwing away previously major characters. And the action that takes place on a mission to a Jovian moon is not something you'll run into anywhere else. The overall motivations and grand schemes are of middling interest, and the characters outside of Voodoo aren't particularly memorab [...]

    7. Read the single print issues.This was even better than the first volume because you got a better sense of who Voodoo was as well as the story focused on Priscilla Kitren (the woman who Voodoo was cloned after).The writing was very good and I love the artwork by Sami Basri and the cover art by Paulo Siqueria, they are both fantastic. The colorist Jessica Kholinne also did a great job with this.

    8. Strippers. Clones. Alien lizard people. Not a great comic, but a fun one, and certainly a bit different than much of DC's New 52 output. I did not read the first volume, but I had a rudimentary knowledge of the story going in, and I really didn't find it too hard to follow. A surprising amount of blood and decapitation amid the fighting between a clone and her original model keeps things a bit wild.

    9. Priscilla continues her quest to defeat her evil clone Voodoo witht he help of the Black Razors.Characters die and disappear for no reason and there is no ending. To be continued in Grifter? What a disappointment. We see a little conclusion of a mini-arc set up in this, but I don;t think it was enough. They dn't do anything with the best sections of the plot set up in the first volume.

    10. I actually really liked the character of Voodoo and how the comic dealt with issues of identity and nature vs. nurture, etc. The art was also really well done.

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