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Edenwood #2

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

Rion finds himself deep inside Edenwood and immediately on the run from the demon military, which consists of armored tank divisions and patrolling beasts with razor-sharp teeth.

Rion sees the beauty and the horrors of this magical place before meeting powerful allies who question how he acquired the armor of one of the greatest demon killers in history.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
31 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 93

    Nerd Initiative

    Only two issues in and a lot has happened! While this dystopian story combines modern day, the supernatural, and time that makes no logical sense, the story flows beautifully, and keeps you entertained throughout.

  • 91

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Daniel continues to craft an engaging, thrilling and action-packed story in this issue. I continue to love the broad and interesting world that Daniel is creating because it feels both unique and familiar at the same time. The action is fantastic and the story has some beautifully compelling layers for both the world and the character.

    The Art: Daniel delivers some fantastic art in the issue. The highly detailed and visually thrilling pages and panels grabbed my attention and made me read it multiple times to catch all of the visual details.

  • 90

    Comic Crusaders

    Tony Daniel has accomplished a lot in his career creating and writing his own title called The Tenth. He has worked with marvel on titles X-Force and Gambit, with DC on titles Hackman, Action Comics, Flash, Nightwing, Teen Titans and more. His work at Image Comics includes titles Spawn, Humankind, The Tenth, and the amazing run with Scott Snyder and Tomeu Morey for Nocterra.

  • 85


    Edenwood #2 plays out like a really intense fever dream, complete with time jumps and a beautiful woman whispering secrets into your ear. But it’s also a fever dream that feels deeply real, and Daniel and company balance so many goals and accomplishments to keep us emerged in this increasingly complex, perpetually vivid world. Take the effort to inject yourself into this proper epic, and you’ll find something that’s wonderfully nerdy, increasingly poignant, and chock full of intrigue and mystery (and stabbings). It may not be easy, but then a really good book shouldn’t be, right?

  • 60

    As with the first issue of Edenwood, the series has clearly had its entire world thought out to a T by creator Tony S. Daniel, but it’s still dense and difficult to navigate with almost never enough context to fully grasp it all. Daniel’s pencils, with colors by Leonardo Paciarotti, remain the main selling point of course, with some wild character designs and unique looks that you’re not going to find anywhere else. The trouble is that narratively this one is like a thicket, a party that won’t let you fully through the door. It’s fun to look at from the outside but it just won’t let you in.

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