Persephone and Urðr are starting to walk familiar paths in terms of predictability.
Something, something Persephone feels bad, something something Persephone is evil.
How quickly tides — and, by extension, plot devices — turn in comics. What began as an interesting, dramatic turn is quickly becoming not only formulaic, but tiresome. I’m speaking, of course, of Laura’s turn into Persephone, the Destroyer. The Wicked and The Divine #25 continues where the last issue left off, and for once, […]
The Wicked and The Divine 24 continues the series’ long-standing ambiguity, revealing the Destroyer to be every bit the loose cannon we suspected.
With all this praise, you might wondering why I said The Wicked and the Divine 23 left me feeling lukewarm, and it’s because for all its cleverness and revelation, it feels a little like a placeholder.