Published on April 25th, 2013 | by Richard Boom
Review: Charismagic V2, #1
Mankind has vanished… that was actually the end of the first volume of this series in which the Las Vegas stage magician, Hank Medley, discovered the world of magic had marked its return by eliminating all humans from the planet. An ancient being known as Samsun was able to escape the Void Realm, a dimension created to contain magic’s darkest souls. Thankfully, Hank —along with his magical allies sexy Druid Sudana and his talking cat Sparkles— was able to journey to Costa Rica and free the captive wizard Kon —a powerful ally in the fight against those from the Void.
Yet, in their successful quest to free mankind from the clutches of ancient evil called Samsun, the group unknowingly set in motion the return of an even more sinister, and deadly magical threat…
So far the recap provided by Aspen…
Hank never realized that his former girlfriend Alle and his mentor Hector succumbed to Serké, ruler of the Void, who is hell-bent on picking up where love-birds Hank and Sudana left of the fight for the human race. The now-evil twosome transport many Void-beasties to Earth where they are wreaking havoc where they can.
And while Kon is trying to retrieve the surviving mankind from the Void to be returned to Earth, it seems as though Kon himself has new secretive plottings and scheming of his very own.
Vince Hernandez has done it again; this story grabs you by the throat and will not let go until you have read and reread it, never getting your fill, since the story is ‘to be continued’ and you WILL be eager to get the next one, I promise you that!
The new art team welcomes Italian hotty Vincenco Cucca, who is mastering this title in record time, assisted by inker Mark Roslan and lovely colouring by Emilio Lopez. This title clearly shows that with the right art-team it will make be only logical to produce quality!
- Words: Vince Hernandez
- Art: Vincenzo Cucca
- Digital Inks: Mark Roslan
- Colors: Emilio Lopez
- Publisher: Aspen Comics
- Price: $1.00
- Release Date: May 1, 2013