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FREE READ ☆ Supernatural: Rising Son ✓ Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them But the road to vengeance is a dark one and is it a place where children can have any semblance of a lifePicking up several years after Supernatural OriN on why his wife was murdered But is he prepared for the answers that he'll find And is he willing to sacrifice his 11 year old son Dean to this hard lonely life by giving him his first huntCollects all six issues of the miniserie. Much better than the Origins i laughed at the hilarious two faced Sam and Dean monster at the Ghostfacers section at the end Witness the terrible fury of our perfect bone structure No one can have fuller poutier lips than us

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Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them But the road to vengeance is a dark one and is it a place where children can hav. This is the second of four graphic novel preuels to the Supernatural TV series that were produced by Wildstorm Comics in the late 2000s In this one John Winchester and his sons Dean and Sam are still travelling the country in their black 1967 Chevy Impala hunting monsters and trying to find the demon that killed the boys mother The boys are a bit older here Dean in particular is starting to want to get involved in the hunter's life so he can better protect his younger brother and help his father John is struggling though weary from all the travelling and lack of a stable home life When he tries to track down a relative of his wife who has gone missing he stumbles across what seems to be a perfect new life in a remote town Of course it turns out to be too good to be true as all the women in the town are succubi who prey on the men who stumble across the place John also learns that Sam may hide a dark secret related to his mothers death this was addressed in season 3 of the series before being uietly dropped It's a reasonably good story and at least ties in to the series a bit better than volume one The artwork is rather better in this volume too it's dynamic and attractive to read but still lacks any recognition factor for the characters John in particular is drawn in such as way as to make it look as if he is crying the whole time it's just the way the artist draws the planes of his cheekbones but it looks rather weird all the same We get a cameo from Bobby Singer who is or less recognisable here I'll probably give this 3 12 stars

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Supernatural Rising SonE any semblance of a lifePicking up several years after Supernatural Origins the boys are now old enough to join John on his cross country hunting trips Amid the carnage and violence John's seeking something specific any informatio. Hmmm Well Didn't hate it but it didn't seem to have a lot of substance for a plot either Highlights were mainly John's internal thoughts about whether his boy was evil and destined to lead a dark army yet he was relentless in how far he'd go to protect him also—so I really loved that because it fits with how I view John There was also a really nice moment when he shows Sam the sunrise and how it banishes any darknessThe robot scene however was entirely too ridiculous and as much as I like the character of Lilith on the show she was scary but in this that scariness didn't translate She seemed demented wanting to raise Sam as her own It's possibly because she didn't have that eerie scary childlike innocence all the actresses young and old brought to her character on the show This one was just a hard core shankAnd Sam's character just didn't jive with his true character I know he is only eight in this and in following canon had to remain ignorant of the whole Supernatural world Yes I'm glad they didn't make him aware yet because then I would complain about that these poor writers can't win but it also seemed unlikely after going through all this that with his perpetually curious mind he wasn't uestioning anything or putting two and two together He just kinda went along with every lame explanation John and Dean told him about really bad people That just didn't feel like true Sam to me Perhaps I'd buy it if the excuses weren't so awful Though in fairness I'm not sure what the writers could have done better with only little dialogue bubbles to work withSo would I recommend this Half heartedly I guess It's worth a uick thumb through at any rate There is a three page Bonus story by Eric Kripke at the end which is funny He really has a beautiful whacked out mind and totally makes fun of himself in this Ghost facers Winchester haters parody of Sam and Dean as the monster of the week yes singular cuz they are a conjoined monster with fabulous high cheekbones that the Facers have to heroically gank