User reviews Add new review. Issue details. The issue cuts off just when it’s starting to get interesting — which, I suppose, all good comics must do. Lisa Fernandes October 6, 2020 October 6, 2020. A LOT of stories have started with a girl starting class at a new high school. Add a new cover. An Unkindness of Ravens #3 Review. An Unkindness of Ravens » An Unkindness of Ravens #2 released by Boom! Comics Reviews. “’An Unkindness of Ravens’ is the kindest gift you can give yourself this summer.” “An Unkindness of Ravens” #1 drops September 2020 with a cover by Dan Panosian, and a variant cover by Qistina Khalidah. ... You must be logged in to write a review for this comic. Wilma moves to Crab’s Eye with her single dad to start a new life. “An Unkindness of Ravens” #1 is an engaging read that follows familiar trends while still offering up enough mystique to stay refreshing. Jan 27th, 2021 . An Unkindness Of Ravens #5. Compare critic reviews for An Unkindness of Ravens #3 by Dan Panosian and Marianna Ignazzi, published by Boom! More From An Unkindness Of Ravens (2020) Previous. DCI Wexford investigates the disappearance of Rodney Williams, whose body is found in a wood. REVIEW: An Unkindness of Ravens #1 Is Almost Bewitching. An Unkindness of Ravens brings all the mystery and drama you expect in a teenage witch drama. An Unkindness of Ravens continues to delight. Wilma may be the one element of the story that feels fresh and original. So its little wonder another comic appeared on the shelves in time for the spooky season, made all the more horrifying with being an Election year. Issue #3 keeps the magical and mysterious elements of the first two comics, while also giving us a little peek at the antagonists Wilma’s going to find herself up against. With George Baker, Christopher Ravenscroft, Louie Ramsay, Diane Keen. Studios. Read reviews and discussion of An Unkindness Of Ravens #2 from Marianna Ignazzi, published by BOOM! Add some magic, murder and mystery — and you’re in for a treat,” said Panosian. Wilma is the new girl in school, and she plans to go completely unnoticed - except that she bears an eerie resemblance to the Raven member Comic Book Preview - An Unkindness of Ravens #1 Marvel Wexford unearths further mysteries connected to the case. Directed by John Gorrie. “Revenge is a dish best served monthly. Dan Panosian’s script offers familiar territory delivered in a sharp and suspenseful manner that hides the plot’s lack of …