Comic Review: Godshaper (BOOM! Studios)

Boom! Studios releases a graphic novel of a supernatural genre with a chance of the laws of physics between deities and ghosts in Godshaper. It’s much easier than done to […]

Boom! Studios releases a graphic novel of a supernatural genre with a chance of the laws of physics between deities and ghosts in Godshaper.

It’s much easier than done to have someone being surrounded by ghosts befriending with humans. Unlike Ghostbusters, this one takes the cake, and even if it goes with the story about ghosts, the author apparently brings the readers to believe in superstition by science and stuff. However, the story focuses on the laws of physics and changed the world and somehow the world is being ruled by some deities.

For some reason, the laws of physics have focused a lot of magic to call some creatures from the spirit realm, but that is much of occult coming from this graphic novel. However, there are some individuals how are fighting against these ghosts which were very bad. But bruh, how do you feel like having a spirit animal on your side? I have a better chance to call forth my spirit animal and to guide me through my journey. Even though this comic is slight for an adventure for the ghost travelers, but the individuals have divine powers, even to protect someone who cared, but an individual named Ennay is a Godshaper, which were born godless and his partner happens to be a ghost. He even became a rock star for some entertainment to the audience. And either way, he traveled through America for food, he ran into some junkies and gangsters and things might get ugly for our hero. What will happen next?

For a comic like this one, the story had left me with no words because this comic is too real to believe that there are ghosts around. But whenever you look at, there are ghosts around you and following you around like that little ghost is your pet, partner, and most importantly your best friend. Now you may think that this is almost like Pokemon, you want to be the very best that no one ever was, but this is nothing that you’re expecting to this comic because all the creatures are supernatural ghosts, but fortunately the ghost gives Ennay some spiritual powers to grow as a gauntlet and kills the evil ghosts by his own hand. Jonas Goonface’s art is more predictable to form as a concept art between the characters and all, and it probably makes the readers much easier to read whether you see the illustrations between the characters and the ghosts which are filled with liveliness and spiritual energy coming from the story. If you’re feeling up with a story of an adventure between a musician traveling with a Casper looking friendly ghost and partner, then this is for you. And with only six chapters in this awesome graphic novel, you’ll won’t be disappointed.

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