Rachel Rising #10, #11, and #12 Comic Book Reviews

Comic book reviews for Rachel Rising #10, Rachel Rising #11, and Rachel Rising #12 by Terry Moore
Average rating: 3.3/5 stars

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Erica gives this comic three starsRachel Rising #10 by Terry Moore

This felt like a very direct plot for a mystery-type plot. I mean, sure Rachel doesn’t know Lilith’s bargain with Malus. But it seems like a bit of a jump in plot. Or too easy. I suppose that burden is on the next issue.

I’m glad that Johnny has Carol. And I hope that Rachel advises them to get the hell out of town before Lilith breaks all hell more loose.

I’m also wondering how dying has changed Jet. She seems a little more callus in her reanimated life. Rachel might find that her best friend is a little different now that they’re no longer living. Or in their first life.

Erica Gives This Comic Four StarsRachel Rising #11 by Terry Moore

Those are some gross, evil rabbits right there.

Poor Rachel. That is not a good place to be. Obviously, Lilith and her has some issues beforehand.

I figured that Jet wasn’t completely good anymore. Doesn’t surprise me to see her go a little amoral now that she’s dead. Of course, she’s going to be even more unhappy when she finds Rachel missing.

I wonder who this detective character is.

Erica gives this comic three starsRachel Rising #12 by Terry Moore

I just wasn’t as enthralled with this issue as I had been with the others. I think having Rachel in the ground for the entire issue really screwed up the central narration. It just didn’t work.

I’m glad to see that Malus was controlling Jet, not that she’d suddenly turned evil. Especially since Rachel hasn’t shown signs of being evil since resurrected. In fact, she’s been quite the opposite.

Just a little more than sick of the plots about demon babies lately. So I love when Zoe laughed Malus out of the room by saying that she’d never carry the Anti-Christ to term. Or just made a huge joke about the Anti-Christ and that idea. I love that she thought other women would have the same reaction to him. Pretty sweet.

Poor Jet.

Looking forward to seeing what Rachel’s going to do since she’s out of the ground.

Dive into Rachel’s horror, buy Rachel Rising Vol. 2 : Fear No Malus.

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