Toil and Trouble #5 is a must read with its continually wondrous and awesome art. The writing is perfect too as the tale comes near its close.
Toil and Trouble #4 has a ton to offer in the way of action, drama, and fine character moments. The artwork is stunning and great for the establishing the world of the characters. The tale of the sisters Smerate, Riata, and Cait shows how each other’s choices impact the lives of individuals and their fates. Give Toil and Trouble #4 a read today!
Toil and Trouble # 3 stands gracefully together as a wonderful addition to the series. It proves how great the creative team can be together. Truly the comic has improved upon the narrative and exposition heavy first two issues. Now, the creative team has found their stride, and the comic is a compelling read with its drama and characters.
Toil and Trouble # 2 is part of the ongoing series about the three witches from the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. The comic artwork of Kelly and Nichole Matthews provides stunning visual images and a unique style. Writer Scott gives clear motivation to the Weird Sisters and their part in the tale of Macbeth as readers learn about why they started their prediction. It should be noted that the narrative boxes of the writing may seem a bit long, but do allow for the reader to get past exposition to the meat of the comic. Toil and Trouble # 2 inspires the reader to reflect on how much powers the Sisters Weird really have on fate.
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