Switch #1

Switch #1

In SWITCH, a teenage girl must bear a mighty artifact that grants her immense powers… the catch? It’s a bit haunted!...

Title:Switch #1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Switch #1 Reviews

  • Norah Una Sumner

    I feel like I can never go wrong with Stjepan. I love his art, his writing style, his humor. This was a great start to a promising story and I can't wait to find out what happens next. Also, I love it...

  • DJ

    4.5/5 Rating Originally posted first at MyLifeMyBooksMyEscapeAn ambitious and exciting new seriesApparently, Switchwas originally being created as a fan project on DevianArt, but was then picked up to...

  • ? Y.??

    This was AWESOME!!!!...

  • Kylie

    Okay, so I very rarely give anything 5 stars, as it is very difficult for any work of art to be perfect. However, I would say this is as close to a perfect first issue as I have read to date.I request...

  • George Saoulidis

    Nice, fast paced and very funny. Captures a realistic teenager who suddenly gets superpowers. The monsters are pretty out there, but the art is gorgeous to look at so it all works out.I like the vario...

  • Anniken Haga

    I finally got my hands on Switch! Of course it's just part of the story, but better later than never! Now just to buy the rest of it...My thoughts on the comic: I liked it. Sejic's art is still - or w...

  • Solace Winter

    I have never seen Witchblade. The only thing I really know is... well, what it's called and that it's a weapon. I was afraid going into this I was going to be lost. I was not. Instead this was an amaz...

  • The Sapphic Nerd

    Switch #1 by StjepanSejic is a very competent introduction to the Top Cow universe, mixing familiar Witchblade elements with Sejic's nerdy humour. I'm so proud of this book that started out as an arti...

  • Amber

    The premise of this book is easy to grasp. Dark versus light and a weapon both of them want control over. Unfortunately for them this weapon has a mind of its own. Over the centuries the Witchblade as...

  • Keith Irwin

    I've not generally been a big fan of Witchblade. I don't find the characters flat and the drawing often shows enough flesh that it feels strange in a mystical adventure comic. This was a neat, refresh...