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The Wicked + The Divine Volume 2: Fandemonium (Wicked & the Divine Tp) Paperback – 16 Jul 2015
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I fell in love with the first instalment of this series earlier in the month and I was counting down the days until this popped through my letterbox. Fandemonium was just as incredible as The Faust Act.
In the wake of Luci’s sudden, violent death, Laura is struggling. She can’t stop going over the events of that night and she’s desperate to uncover the mystery of the murderer that Luci was accused of being. During this period of time, all of the art is darker, almost swimming in an echoey blue light that just put across Laura’s state of mind immediately. It also felt a lot text heavier than the previous volume.
With the help of Cassandra and Innana, Laura delves even further into the dangerous, heightened world of the gods and ends up getting way more than she bargained for. All of the biggies from the first volume are back and we get to learn more about them, but I still want to know more – they’re fascinating! It’s really hard to discuss the plot without spoilers as so much happens so I’ll move onto the art!
There are three artists that work on this comic together - Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson and Clayton Cowles – and they’ve truly created something wonderful. It’s my favourite art that I’ve come across so far. I love how each character has their own typography, how the comic isn’t the same traditional format all the way through, the colours. Oh man, the colours. I only wish our world looked like that.
After a truly evil cliffhanger, I’m once again eagerly awaiting Volume 3. I hope they at least announce a release date soon!