I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
Complete reboot of Witchblade written and drawn by a woman.
It's compelling, because it's got the same feel while being new, too, and I'm loving the trend of novelists writing comics.
Beautiful art, and Alex Underwood, the former reporter with PTSD, is a fuller character than I'd expected. She also now works with victims in New York City, and advocates for them.
And she's got the Witchblade, although she doesn't want to acknowledge it yet. She thinks her 'hallucinations' are part of her PTSD.
We get a glimpse of her real power at the end of issue one. Probably going to keep getting this digitally at this point. I just don't have the room or money to keep adding paper books to my pull list :/