Review for Wynonna Earp Volume 1: Homecoming (Wynonna Earp #1-6) by Beau Smith (Writer), Lora Innes (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator), Chris Evenhuis (Illustrator)

The US Marshals Black Badge division has been fighting back against supernatural threats for decades. But even the toughest werewolf, most bloodthirsty vampire, or grisliest zombie knows there s one agent to avoid at all cost: Wynonna Earp. Descended from the legendary Wyatt Earp, Wynonna is dead set on bringing the unnatural to justice! Collects issues #1 6.”

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Wynonna Earp Volume 1: Homecoming by Beau Smith
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

Wow, loved it! From start to finish, I simply couldn’t stop reading! I love the TV series and once I saw this comic I was obviously going to read it. And I’m so glad I did! Wynonna is as bad and as feisty and as awesome as ever. She’s one strong famale leading character that simply shots fown her problems. Be it with whisky or with her famous gun. I really liked the stories and all the amazing characters that we already know. The demons were crazy and…well…doing demon-ish things, like killing people or eating them or something else disturbingly. You know, just the good old fun things that demons do. Until The US Marshals Black Badge takes care of them. That’s always the best part. This whole comic is one huge journey filled with action. Also, the artwork was really well done. I liked how they made the demons look like. They looked more, dare I say cute? Compared to the TV show, definitely more appealing to the eye. The details were great and the colouring as well. I simply enjoyed the whole story!

about the author

Beau Smith is the former VP of Marketing and Publishing for Eclipse Comics, Image Comics, Todd McFarlane Productions/McFarlane Toys, and IDW Publishing. He currently serves as director of product information for toy maker JUN Planning USA.
Currently Beau is enjoying a busy career as a freelance writer of comics, video games, films, novels and newspaper columns, as well as working on a consultant basis in the entertainment industry.
Having spent 15 years as one of the most prolific comic book writers around, he has written for such publishers as DC Comics, Image Comics, Eclipse Comics, Dreamwave Studios, Moonstone Books, Dark Horse Comics, and Capcom video games. He has also done dialogue script work for major motion picture studios.
Smith has written for such characters as Batman, Superman, Wolverine, Boba Fett, and Jack Bauer, as well as creating his own properties Primate, Wynonna Earp, Parts Unknown, Maximum Jack, Courting Fate, Lost and Found, and Cossack.
Upcoming comic book projects include: Maximum Jack, Courting Fate, Fight Squad, and Expiration Date.

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