When Colby's boyfriend convinces her to spend spring break at the site of her Timucua ancestors, their lives begin to unravel. As an arisen Shaman slays their friends one-by-one, Colby struggles to unravel the secrets of lives past. The truth that connects Colby to the Shaman is the only force that can save her, but will her salvation lead to the tribe's final demise?...
|Title||:||Dark Shaman, Volume 1/4|
|Number of Pages||:||156 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Dark Shaman, Volume 1/4 Reviews
At a loss to explain why the Evil awakens now to attack people. Good artwork but an unsatisfactory story makes this graphic novel a so-so read for me. Even though I don't watch many horror movies, I know enough about the genre to know that one does not go swimming at night in an unknown place without telling your cabin mates or if the weather turns ominous. Needless to say, the results from that decision are predictable.
Not too bad for a stand-alone title, this tells the tale of Coby, a Native American woman with Timucuan heritage, who has to fight against a vengeful evil spirit. It's a nice break from the regular storyline and kept me turning pages until the end. I suggest it as a quick read for Zenescope fans.
Interesting story about an ancient evil Native American spirit wreaks havoc on a group of vacationing teenagers. Recommended.