Wynonna Earp, Vol. 2: Legends

Wynonna Earp, Vol. 2: Legends

Beau Smith Tim Rozon Chris Evenhuis / Sep 23, 2019

Wynonna Earp Vol Legends Wynonna Earp member of the U S Marshal s Black Badge Division has been through hell and back It s time for a vacation Plus Wynonna and Doc Holliday have faced off against demons and Revenants but

  • Title: Wynonna Earp, Vol. 2: Legends
  • Author: Beau Smith Tim Rozon Chris Evenhuis
  • ISBN: 9781631408908
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wynonna Earp, member of the U.S Marshal s Black Badge Division, has been through hell and back It s time for a vacation Plus, Wynonna and Doc Holliday have faced off against demons and Revenants, but nothing can prepare them to square off against the infamous Pinkertons Also includes Waverly Earp s first appearance in the comics Collects issues 7 8 of the Wynonna EarWynonna Earp, member of the U.S Marshal s Black Badge Division, has been through hell and back It s time for a vacation Plus, Wynonna and Doc Holliday have faced off against demons and Revenants, but nothing can prepare them to square off against the infamous Pinkertons Also includes Waverly Earp s first appearance in the comics Collects issues 7 8 of the Wynonna Earp series and 1 4 of Wynonna Earp Legends.

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      • Beau Smith Tim Rozon Chris Evenhuis

        Beau Smith is the former VP of Marketing and Publishing for Eclipse Comics, Image Comics, Todd McFarlane Productions McFarlane Toys, and IDW Publishing He currently serves as director of product information for toy maker JUN Planning USA.Currently Beau is enjoying a busy career as a freelance writer of comics, video games, films, novels and newspaper columns, as well as working on a consultant basis in the entertainment industry.Having spent 15 years as one of the most prolific comic book writers around, he has written for such publishers as DC Comics, Image Comics, Eclipse Comics, Dreamwave Studios, Moonstone Books, Dark Horse Comics, and Capcom video games He has also done dialogue script work for major motion picture studios.Smith has written for such characters as Batman, Superman, Wolverine, Boba Fett, and Jack Bauer, as well as creating his own properties Primate, Wynonna Earp, Parts Unknown, Maximum Jack, Courting Fate, Lost and Found, and Cossack.Upcoming comic book projects include Maximum Jack, Courting Fate, Fight Squad, and Expiration Date.


    360 Comments

    1. Thoroughly enjoyed this collection! A fun ride which introduces Waverly, Officer Haught, and Bobo from the TV series. I am always game for more Earp sisters and other character interactions.Melanie Scrofano's contributions on the last two issues as a co-writer (also being the actress who plays Wynonna Earp) really brought Wynonna's sass and the humor of the show to the page in a way I loved. She and Beau Smith make a great team!Tim Rozon, who plays Doc Holliday, also co-wrote with Beau Smith on [...]


    2. loved it! bring on the cheese. everything Wynonna earp is gold to me so this graphic novel was fun. I love how black badge goes every where and every issue is at a different location. they added more characters from the show like Haught and Waverly. I also like that Smitty is totally the writer written in as a character.


    3. I know this comic has good ratings but I personally did not like it. The stories are - wordy, and that makes them hard to get through. The flow between words and art IMO isn't good. On top of that, we have an author who apparently loves Johnny Depp and thinks his words on family are just awesome, because he structured a whole issue around them, casting what I guess is Johnny Depp's werewolf Alter Ego as the good guy who would protect his family at all cost. To know what I'm thinking of this, jus [...]


    4. Loving this series both on tv and in graphic novel form. This time it's werewolves, a centuries old undying cannibalistic serial killer and the introduction of Wynonna's sister, Waverly and Officer Haught from the tv series. Excellent snappy dialogue. Can't believe someone complained it was too wordy, as if a graphic novel was supposed to be a picture book only. Lol Very highly recommended.


    5. This volume introduces characters that we know and love from the show, namely Waverly and Agent Haught (also Bobo). Fell completely in love with Valdez in Volume 1 and was hoping for more of her snark than what was provided. Still great though! Hopefully Purgatory and the Earp Homestead will be a destination in future issues.


    6. An amazingly fun read! It's so fun to explore these characters onscreen and off. Beau Smith does so great with all of them, and the art is fantastic! Not to mention guest writers Tim Rozon and Melanie Scrofano also doing a wonderful job. I highly recommend picking this book up!


    7. I was very entertained by the story. I like the art. The one thing that bothered me was the use of POC (paranormal organized crime) and how they should all be in jail. I just wasn’t really digging what it was implying.



    8. I like the stories that go on in this world however I feel that they don't have a lot of depth like the show. That being said, its fun and I will enjoy every bit of Wynonna Earp I can get.



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