Review: I, Mage #6
A Daravon council convenes in a build up to all-out war with the Overq’sai. Skirnir attempts to show an alternative path, and ends up revealing more than he had bargained for. Now the battle is moved to a personal ground. What hope could an off-world boy like Kai make?
Skirnir’s past is revealed some in I, Mage #6. Yet in doing so they raise more questions than answers. Why does a man born from the blood of barbarians want to sow peace? I’m really curious to see how the story continues and will unfold. Will peace happen, or will it be war?
The art is clean and crisp like it was in previous issues. It manages to bring in this almost Lord of the Rings vibe as the council scene opens. It shows two kings of man, an elf and what looks like a dwarfish character, so rather familiar. I’m curious to see what they do with the Thranduil look alike since this is the first time he is seen.
As always, an entertaining series that’s well worth checking out.
Story: Gary Turner Art: Mel Bontrager
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy
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