Faith #11 Review

The Faithless have formed their super duper group and now they are putting their plan into action. Will Faith be able to stop it or will she be blindsided by their super awesome plan?

The Faithless have set a plan into motion, to not only kill Faith but make the public hate her in the process. Thanks to Sidney being able to shapeshift into a Faith look-a-like this makes the plan that much easier. The rest of The Faithless get to show off their powers here as well, rounding out their plan to defeat Faith. Ending with a pretty big cliffhanger next issue is sure to be packed with even more fun! 

I am pretty new to the Faith title, however, after reading these two issues, I really need to catch up. As a series, it is just plain fun and manages to tell great stories while mocking the platform it uses, in a good way. With some meta-commentary by both Faith, The Faithless, and Faith’s friends, this comic will have you snickering the whole way through. Then throw in all the supervillain tropes you can think of and you have a well-rounded hilarious comic.

Yet again the art team here matches the story in a perfect way. Giving off just enough of a cartoony/realistic feeling to really deliver the story. Plus who could forget Sauvage’s dream sequences, making for the best full page spreads in this issue. Overall the art team here is a solid edition to the story and make this comic a pleasure to read.

Faith is a sarcastic comedic powerhouse that everyone should be reading. While the comedy isn’t over the top, it is done in just the right tone to leave you with a smile. Houser brings back the fun to comics and makes this a blast to read.

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Reviewed by Tim Montoya
Faith #11
Written by Judy Houser
Art by: Joe Eisma, Marguerite Sauvage, Andrew Dalhouse, Dave Sharpe

Published by Valiant
Release Date: May 3rd, 2017