Review: Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder Vol. 4-6 by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson

Cover for Witchfinder Vol. 4-6 by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson

Title: Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder Vol. 4-6

Author: Mike Mignola and Chris Robertson 

Artists: Ben Stenbeck, D’Israeli, Christopher Mitten, Michelle Madsen

Series: Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder #4-6

Pages: 432

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

This review is for volumes 4-6. 

In these volumes, Edward Grey continues to deal with the Helioptic Brotherhood of Ra. He also has to deal with a vampire named Giruescu, the Foundry’s wayward member, and the Jack the Ripper murders. 

I really enjoyed Sir Edward’s continued fight against the Helioptic brotherhood and anyone trying to bring evil into the world. He does get a bit obsessed with the cases, especially the Jack the RIpper case, but it does work out for him. I enjoyed his dedication to fighting evil and protecting the innocents. 

All the missions in these three volumes were interesting and action packed. Edwards’ fight against the Brotherhood doesn’t end in these volumes but he does cause a major blow to their ranks and prestige. I will be interested how he continues to fight against them, especially since he is no longer an agent to the crown. Also I do want to know what else the brotherhood learned from Giruescu’s vampire. 

Overall, a good continuation of Edward’s story and life. I am really curious to see if there will be any more volumes or if this is the end for now. I know he appears in Hellboy and we learn some about him then. 

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder Omnibus Vol. 1

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