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“BAD EGG” Serving as both a stand-alone story in the WYTCHES world and a prequel to the highly anticipated WYTCHES, VOL. 2, “BAD EGG” tells the story of Seb and Jackson—two innocent teenagers reared on opposite sides of the eternal struggle between good and evil. Sebastian’s mother is a member of “The Irons,” the most ruthless Wytch hunters in history, while Jackson’s fami “BAD EGG” Serving as both a stand-alone story in the WYTCHES world and a prequel to the highly anticipated WYTCHES, VOL. 2, “BAD EGG” tells the story of Seb and Jackson—two innocent teenagers reared on opposite sides of the eternal struggle between good and evil. Sebastian’s mother is a member of “The Irons,” the most ruthless Wytch hunters in history, while Jackson’s family are “High Horn” Wytches. Can these two boys find friendship amidst this age-old blood feud, or are their fates already sealed? Collecting the entire IMAGE+ magazine run and, for the first time, the 13-page, pulse-pounding conclusion plus extra materials, WYTCHES: BAD EGG reunites the Eisner-award winning duo of SCOTT SNYDER and JOCK in a horror-filled romp just in time for Halloween!


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“BAD EGG” Serving as both a stand-alone story in the WYTCHES world and a prequel to the highly anticipated WYTCHES, VOL. 2, “BAD EGG” tells the story of Seb and Jackson—two innocent teenagers reared on opposite sides of the eternal struggle between good and evil. Sebastian’s mother is a member of “The Irons,” the most ruthless Wytch hunters in history, while Jackson’s fami “BAD EGG” Serving as both a stand-alone story in the WYTCHES world and a prequel to the highly anticipated WYTCHES, VOL. 2, “BAD EGG” tells the story of Seb and Jackson—two innocent teenagers reared on opposite sides of the eternal struggle between good and evil. Sebastian’s mother is a member of “The Irons,” the most ruthless Wytch hunters in history, while Jackson’s family are “High Horn” Wytches. Can these two boys find friendship amidst this age-old blood feud, or are their fates already sealed? Collecting the entire IMAGE+ magazine run and, for the first time, the 13-page, pulse-pounding conclusion plus extra materials, WYTCHES: BAD EGG reunites the Eisner-award winning duo of SCOTT SNYDER and JOCK in a horror-filled romp just in time for Halloween!

30 review for Wytches: Bad Egg Halloween Special

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Parents in some backwater town are feeding their kids to the Wytches (weird, tree-inhabiting creatures) for Horror Reasons – will our protagonist, Some Kid, survive and who can he trust? After a three year break since the first book, Scott Snyder, Jock and Matt Hollingsworth are back for the next chapter in their dismal series, Wytches, with Bad Egg. The only thing horrific about this Halloween Special is how horrifically boring it is! Like most of Snyder’s comics these days, it’s insanely overwr Parents in some backwater town are feeding their kids to the Wytches (weird, tree-inhabiting creatures) for Horror Reasons – will our protagonist, Some Kid, survive and who can he trust? After a three year break since the first book, Scott Snyder, Jock and Matt Hollingsworth are back for the next chapter in their dismal series, Wytches, with Bad Egg. The only thing horrific about this Halloween Special is how horrifically boring it is! Like most of Snyder’s comics these days, it’s insanely overwritten with Some Kid spouting some of the most contrived, unconvincing inner speechifying you’ll ever have the misfortune to trudge through. The book’s subtitle is cringingly and artlessly shoved into the feeble plot, the concepts of Wytches and their procurers haven’t suddenly become compelling and the terminology is still dumb. I can’t take anyone saying “high horn” remotely seriously! The horror isn’t scary, the story is uninteresting – the two boys race toy cars while waiting for Horror Stuff to happen and that’s their miserable storyline - and predictable – gee, wonder if Some Kid’s mate is doomed?! Colourist Matt Hollingsworth still thinks he’s Jackson Pollock, splattering the page with colour blots and obscuring Jock’s unremarkable art in the process – brilliant! The splatters hide the Wytches’ reveal, which might be intentional to some degree, but was still annoying. I just hate the visuals on this title. Apparently Some Kid will play a role in the second Wytches arc due next year hence this largely unnecessary Halloween Special. Not that it matters anyway as I’m abandoning this series after this terrible comic has confirmed that I don’t care about any of this at all! Scott Snyder continues his downwards spiral of near-unreadable comics – a Bad Egg indeed. And, like any bad egg, this one stinks!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Frédéric

    What was I thinking? Why did I bother with this book? I didn't even really liked vol.1 for chrissakes! I dunno. Maybe I wanted to give one last chance to Snyder. But nah. The guy's spent and isn't on his way to recovery. Sebastian, 12 yo, is from a family of Wytch hunters. He hunts families of Wytch familiars who feed their kids to newborn Wytch babies. And it's boring as shit. The 12 yo speaking like 3 times his age got old on me after a few pages. The hard-ass mother might as well be called Sarah What was I thinking? Why did I bother with this book? I didn't even really liked vol.1 for chrissakes! I dunno. Maybe I wanted to give one last chance to Snyder. But nah. The guy's spent and isn't on his way to recovery. Sebastian, 12 yo, is from a family of Wytch hunters. He hunts families of Wytch familiars who feed their kids to newborn Wytch babies. And it's boring as shit. The 12 yo speaking like 3 times his age got old on me after a few pages. The hard-ass mother might as well be called Sarah Connor but I've seen that movie already and the best friend had so much "victim" written all over him I wanted to warn him. His parents were so onctuously ominous it was laughable. Not to mention the mother with an eye-patch! This one wins the cake! I suppose I should have been thrilled, maybe even scared, but I was too busy thinking about my tax declaration while reading the book. Art-wise Jock is still on ugly autopilot while Matt Hollingsworth is again color blind and pours blotches of shitty pastels all over the page for no particular reason. Wytches season 2 will be without me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Drew

    Man, these guys don't hold back. WYTCHES returns with a bruuuutal short tale, one that is both more and less engaging than the initial volume. On the one hand, it does great work deepening the mythology of the wytches and this world. On the other, it's not as shocking as the first volume (even as it still achieves some shocking and frightening moments) in its spookiness. Still, a great All Hallows Read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sevia

    Nezklamalo, i když po tříleté přestávce by člověk čekal přeci jen něco víc. Tohle byl poměrně jednoduchý a přímočarý příběh, konečně ale odhalil trochu z mytologie kolem titulních příšer. Nezbývá než vydržet do příštího roku a doufat, že Snyder zase nedostane od DC nějakou nabídku, která se neodmítá.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Billy Jepma

    I liked this one-shot/prequel/sequel-set-up more than the entire first volume of Wytches. I still have my issues with the execution of an otherwise great premise—Hollingsworth’s paint splatters are still obtrusive and annoying—but they’re also less prominent than in the original volume, which meant I could more easily get invested the story this time around. While technically a prequel to Vol. 1, “Bad Egg” feels like a sequel in that it expands the world of “Wytches” in big, and thankfully, excit I liked this one-shot/prequel/sequel-set-up more than the entire first volume of Wytches. I still have my issues with the execution of an otherwise great premise—Hollingsworth’s paint splatters are still obtrusive and annoying—but they’re also less prominent than in the original volume, which meant I could more easily get invested the story this time around. While technically a prequel to Vol. 1, “Bad Egg” feels like a sequel in that it expands the world of “Wytches” in big, and thankfully, exciting ways that lay the groundwork for Vol. 2, planned for next year. Once again, the ideas Snyder works with are fascinating, as the underground Wytche-worshippers-versus-Wytche-hunters conflict is very cool and I’m eager to see it developed further. The story this time around is more predictable than Vol. 1, but I also think this one is better executed. The characters are given room to breathe, and the slow, methodical pacing helped me get more invested in our main character than I ever could in Vol. 1. The finale was a bit lackluster—again, the paint splatter obscures a lot of the action and imagery, and while I get what it’s trying to do, it just doesn’t work for me—but I still enjoyed reading it and feel genuinely excited about reading Vol. 2 whenever it comes out.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Spencer

    This set before the first volume of Wytches but also introduces characters that will appear in the second volume. I really liked that, if felt organic in its structure and added to the mythology of Wytches seamlessly. The writing is even better than the first volume and the story was engrossing, I’m really looking forward to the next volume now and I have very high hopes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rob Pettinato

    Single issue/one-shot/special/whatever of the year. This special reminded me just how much I missed this series and just how good the Snyder/Jock creative duo truly is.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Pop Bop

    Don't Play With Your Food This is a sort of prequel, sequel, place holder, one-shot for a larger Wytches arc that was and will be. I'm not familiar with all of that, but read and enjoyed this as the one-shot it was. There's plenty of exposition and explaining, even among people who already know or should know what's being explained, but if you don't mind that sort of thing this was good fun. There's solid pencil work that's then colored with slapdash impressionistic strokes so the whole project ha Don't Play With Your Food This is a sort of prequel, sequel, place holder, one-shot for a larger Wytches arc that was and will be. I'm not familiar with all of that, but read and enjoyed this as the one-shot it was. There's plenty of exposition and explaining, even among people who already know or should know what's being explained, but if you don't mind that sort of thing this was good fun. There's solid pencil work that's then colored with slapdash impressionistic strokes so the whole project has a modern, graffiti like look that sometimes works with the story and sometimes doesn't. The story is a creatures-among-us Lovecraft sort of tale with monster hunters and monster collaborators. Two boys from different sides form a friendship and all of the tension turns on who's going to walk away in one piece. The action built up well, there were a few nice touches, and a few twists. I wasn't captivated, and don't need to track down the other arcs, but this struck me as a fine read. (Please note that I had a chance to read a free ecopy of this book without a review requirement, or any influence regarding review content should I choose to post a review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Roy

    Solid without being amazing. A little predictable and the ending could have been better. The artwork is still weird and confusing. I guess that's the state of mind they want you in.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Scott Waldyn

    A fantastic return to one of my favorite horror universes as of late. It's such a unique twist on witch lore, and this one-shot only adds to the world Scott Snyder is building.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ken Jensen

    A great surprise issue with a great story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelley O'Brien

  13. 4 out of 5

    Catalina

  14. 4 out of 5

    Quirkyreader

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tracy VanTracy

  16. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

  17. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Marcus

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jindroush

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brad

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chris Walker

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mathew Duncan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  25. 5 out of 5

    Garry Dowdell

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dan Lockwood

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anthony Murphy

  28. 5 out of 5

    Craig

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Keeley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Evangeline Dowling

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