Review: Shutter, Vol. 1: Wanderlost by John Keatinge

Published: 2014
By: Image Comics
Source: FMPL
Format: Paperback
ISBN:  9781632151452



I found this book randomly while browsing the graphic novels stacks at my local library, and I do not regret it. The characters are so diverse, and I don’t mean in ethnicity but also in species. The anthropomorphic mixed in with automatons in with humans and aliens and… the options are seemingly endless!

In this volume, Kate, the main character, was brought up in a giant lie by her only living parent, to which she is made aware on the 10 year anniversary of her father’s death. Growing up Kate lived wild, dangerous adventures alongside her father. Guns ‘n ghouls. Once her father died, Kate evaporated into the monotonous lifestyle leaving her exploring days behind. Until she is attacked. And forced to step foot into her childhood home where secrets await.

I’m looking forward to reading the second volume. I originally wasn’t planning on reviewing this book but thought it’d be an interesting read for anybody who’s looking for something different in the Sci-Fi department.

3 Star



About Black ' n Write Reviewer

Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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