THE SLEEPER WAKES!
The Wild Card virus had many different strange effects… but few stranger than those it wrought on Croyd Crenson, the Sleeper.
The adaptation of the first book of George R.R. Martin‘s super-powered alternate history continues, adapting the first appearance of the fan-favorite character created by Roger Zelazny.
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Un Cómic MásThe story keeps expanding and imagining a world where an outbreak of superpowers changes all of history and reality, it's a brilliant social analysis of this assumption that can draw many analogies to our present day.
The Comicbook DispatchTo someone who's already read Wild Cards, this is simply a retelling of events in a different medium. But to fans brand new to the novels, this very well could be piquing your interests in the series itself.
Major SpoilersWild Cards: Drawing of Cards #2 didn’t engage me as much as the premiere issue did. I really enjoy the premise, and the story has a lot of promise, but that promise has not been fulfilled.
ComicBook.comThe only positive thing I have to say about this comic is that it's more coherent than the first issue. While the comic still struggles with converting its source material into a compelling 20-page comic, it at least has an understandable narrative that can be followed and some decent visuals to accompany it. This is still a weird comic, but it's better than the disaster of a first chapter.