‘Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon’ Graphic Novel Review

Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon‘ is a superhero graphic novel written by Scott McCullough with artwork by Douglas Franchin. It was released under the Reconstruction imprint of DKRS Productions.

After an alien invasion, the world’s greatest hero Silver Falcon has been killed. His daughter Jessie mourns with the world, but despite his having his powers, has no interest in following in his footsteps. However, after a villain paralyzes a friend of her’s, she has a tough choice to make when it comes to how she will react and whether she should step up into the legacy of her father.

First of all, the artwork is superb. Everything from the character designs to the backgrounds is done with such care and precision. I especially liked Peregrine’s costume. It really snapped and it looked like a true superhero. I also really liked the hero known as Nighthound. That guy looked really cool.

As for the story, it was pretty good. I do feel like it needed a little bit more “snap,” but I had a good time. It was a lot of fun and I really liked the whole idea of destiny and fate that it touches on. I cannot wait for the sequel and where the story will go.

In full disclosure, I supported the crowdfunding campaign for this comic book and I would do it again.

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