We revisit Amala on her nearly-impossible quest in the purifier city of Ouon. It seems as though she has a lot on her plate, encountering ghosts, poison, and some interesting foes!
I became a fan of the series after the first issue, and it seems to be holding up to expectations. As Amala travels to Ouon, she faces a deadly encounter with some twins. As if that isn’t enough, she has to fare with being poisoned while facing some ghosts that prove to be more interesting than I thought, and whom I actually really like! I have become a real fan of the tale Steve Horton is weaving. On top of that, Michael Dialynas portrays every scene with stunning brilliance. I think I have a new favorite artist to add to my list.
Horton and Dialynas have proved to be a great writer/artist team for this series, and I can’t wait to see how the story unfolds. Amala’s Blade #2 is in stores and available for purchase online today, so give it a shot!
[Disclaimer: A review copy was provided for me to review this comic.]