Winter World #1 Review

Review by: Rob Caprilozzi

Winter World #1 Review
Story: Chuck Dixon
Art: Butch Guice
Publisher: IDW

Synopsis: Winter is coming early! All new stories based on the Chuck Dixon/Jorge Zaffino classic! The apocalyptic international comics sensation of an Earth turned to an icy hell is back with Dixon returning to script and Butch Guice doing some of the best work of his illustrious artistic career as they take on the bleak and frozen future. Follow Scully and Wynn from their icy home of Wintersea into a killing wasteland where the coldest place is the human heart.

Our Thoughts: Winter World takes us into a post-apocalyptic world where survival is the only thing that matters. The book follows Scully and Wynn as they search for warmth and supplies to keep them going throughout the story.

Chuck Dixon needs no introduction as a writer. He has written for both DC and Marvel Comics with tons of work to his credit. He does not disappoint in the debut issue of this book. Immediately you are drawn to these characters and you find yourself immersed in the story.

Butch Guice joins the book as the artist. He is a fantastic choice for this book as be creates a world where you can almost feel the cold coming off of the page. Some artists are meant to draw post-apocalyptic worlds, Guice is one of them.

Winter World is a must read book. I enjoyed the first issue and look forward to the second.

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