Updated on 16 October, 2021
Recently, I bought the first Gintama manga volume and I am very happy that I did. I always liked Japanese style fiction but I was blown away by this one. The main character, Shinigami Isogami is so cool! He is so evil that he is sometimes compared to The Joker from the Dark Knight.
Silver Soul Comic is about a boy called Gin who lives in a peaceful town called Silent Village. One day, he and his friends were having a sleepover. However, there is a horrible crime that occurs and Gin is severely injured. From then on, he is called on to protect the world and its citizens from his dark side called the "Death Smile".
As the series progresses, you will learn more about Gin and his amazing friends. The book also introduces us to some new characters like Kayo and Momo. There are many exciting fight scenes in the comic book such as the battle between Gin and a group of thieves, the climactic battle with Shiki, and the fight between Gin and Tatsu. In the end, Gin learns that he needs to sacrifice something to achieve his dreams. This is probably the most touching part of the book.
So, why did I buy the Silver Soul Comic? I think the reason why I bought this book is because I wanted to read a story that deals with serious issues. I'm not necessarily a super hero fan, but I admit I like to read comic books that deal with strong and serious topics. If you read this book, it will give you the same kind of pleasure.
The Silver Soul Comic started out as a six-issue limited comic book series. The series was very successful and was later released in twenty-two issues. Now, the series has grown into an impressive eighty-two issue long comic book series. I really enjoy reading this comic series because it's very different from the other comics that I have read. It's a great mix of thriller and fantasy.
The first volume of the series was a very good start to the series. The plot was very simple and the art style was attractive. It's obvious that Rinkerbell was inspired by fairy tales when creating this world. I liked the characters created well and the book kept me reading through to the end.
Issues #2 and #3 are probably my favorite issues in the series. Issues #4 and #5 took place in a city called Gotham City and featured Batman as a guest star. The look and style of this graphic novel was really cool and I really enjoyed it. I especially liked how each issue dealt with a main conflict.
The main character in this book is a human named Rachel Dawes who went under a dark spell and became the Dark Knight. This was a fantastic book that I highly recommend. If you like fantasy and comics then this is definitely something for you to check out. Check out the link below to find out where you can get your own copy of "The Dark Knight" written by Christopher Bendis.
"The Singing City" has been out for a few months now and I'm sure I'll enjoy it for a long time to come. The book is basically an updated version of the old Batman stories. I especially like the updated look at the villains this book introduces. The visuals are done quite well and I got chills down my spine while reading this book.
The story line kicked off when Rachel finds herself in an alley and decides to buy an ouija board in order to communicate with her dead father. I really liked this part because it made me think about how great it would be if my dad could talk to me when I was alive. I loved this part because it gave me hope and comforted me. It showed that even though she was dead her spirit was still with her, she just needed to get back to her body to do this. The storyline was excellent and I got chills while reading this one.
I was so happy when I found out that the lead character in "The Singing City" was the famous singer of Ozzy Osbourne! I had read all of Ozzy's solo albums but this was my first time hearing him sing and it was awesome. I highly recommend you picking up "The Singing City" comic because of Ozzy. He's one of the best comic book superheros. I'm not the comic book expert but I've always enjoyed Ozzy's music so this was a nice surprise.
I highly recommend this book if you have a chance. I know I will and I think you should too. It's fun, fast paced, has great storyline, great artwork and some great one-liners. This book is a must buy if you're a fan of comics.