‘Arachna: The Adventure Begins’ Comic Book Review

Arachna: The Adventure Begins‘ is a comic book written by Martti Kauppinen with artwork from Carlos Granda. It was released through the X53 Studios imprint.

Jennie is an aspiring fashion designer going to college, but she has a secret. Through a split personality, she is also Arachna, a vigilante who can take on the toughest of foes. Unknown to her, she has been targeted by Doc Diabolique and his right-hand assassin Kumo. The two of them desire Archna’s power and plan on using it for nefarious means.

For parents, this comic book is for adults. It has some mature humor and images, so pick it up for yourself to enjoy.

The artwork is superb. I loved the details, character designs, and how it compliments the humor of the story. Arachna’s costume is sleek and cool and that goes double for the villains.

As for the story, I loved it. Arachna and her antagonists are excellent characters. I was hoping they would dive a little bit into Jennie’s origins, but perhaps that is for a future entry. Whatever the case, I had a lot of fun reading it and enjoyed it a great deal. I cannot wait for the next part.

In full disclosure, I supported the crowdfunding campaign that the creators used to fund the project and I have no regrets.

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