The Castoffs, V.2: Into The Wastelands

The Castoffs V Into The Wastelands Charris Trinh and Ursa have managed to work together long enough to defeat the evil Priestess and her hive mind robot army the Surrogate They journey back to the village of Clifton to reunite with

  • Title: The Castoffs, V.2: Into The Wastelands
  • Author: M.K. Reed Brian Smith
  • ISBN: 9781941302323
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charris, Trinh, and Ursa have managed to work together long enough to defeat the evil Priestess and her hive mind robot army, the Surrogate They journey back to the village of Clifton to reunite with their guild, but once there, they discover that the Priestess may not be defeated after all, and a much larger threat may be looming A secret from Ursa s past threatens to bCharris, Trinh, and Ursa have managed to work together long enough to defeat the evil Priestess and her hive mind robot army, the Surrogate They journey back to the village of Clifton to reunite with their guild, but once there, they discover that the Priestess may not be defeated after all, and a much larger threat may be looming A secret from Ursa s past threatens to break the fragile trust between the three mages, but they must overcome their differences and work together if they stand a chance of surviving the coming darkness.

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      MK Reed is a cartoonist currently living in Brooklyn, NY Her book Americus, drawn by Jonathan Hill, is currently being serialized at SaveApathea.She also is a contributor to The Beat and Publisher s Weekly.

    654 thoughts on “The Castoffs, V.2: Into The Wastelands”

    1. I never had a chance to check the 1st volume of this comic series, that's why I'm not familiar with the story and the characters. I'm torn on giving this either 3 or 4 stars, but I chose to give 4 stars because Duncan, the new addition to their adventure, looks like a fun character to watch out. The first quarter of this 2nd volume has a slow pace that's why I got a little bored while reading it, but the latter part is where the exciting scenes are. I would be delighted if only I could also see [...]


    2. Felt like a transition volume. Our team of castoffs returns home to recharge their batteries and train. Eventually they are sent on a rookie mission to move some equipment and take on a rogue group of mages. The story and art is still good and gives off that fantasy version of Lumberjanes vibe.Received a review copy from Lion Forge and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


    3. I received a free digital copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley.This series lacks a little in this second volume, and I found I enjoyed the first one a lot more. The story focuses on our three Mages again, who are strong female characters. I found this part of the story a little too information dumpy, and a bit too much setting the scene. Things only really picked up in the final few pages, which is great in the sense of I will definitely pick up volume three, though it did leave me [...]


    4. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewI still really like this series - it's got a fun and diverse cast and I like the whole technology vs. magic aspect of it - but this volume definitely felt like filler. There was a bit of intrigue with a some hints at one of the character's past and a small bit of action as well, but it mostly just felt like 'how can we move these characters from point A to point B so that we can advance the main plot in the NEXT v [...]


    5. In this second volume, the trio of apprentice mages are off on another adventure, but this time they are unsure which other mages they can trust in a world of secrets and lies. Ursa's past becomes an issue between the friends as her true family history is revealed. Trinh receives some extra training in combat, and Charris picks a fight with a much more experienced mage.I liked this story for the interesting plot and good characters. There's a lot of action and imaginative scenes, but some of the [...]


    6. Into the Wastelands continues the story of Charris, Ursa, and Trinh. Now they have been sent to the Wastelands to find a way to defeat the Surrogate. It picks up immediately after the first book and it is as interesting and good as Mage Against the Machine. I really like the girls, the growing friendship and how they are embracing their powers. They are becoming more confident and very loyal, and it warms my heart. It also warms my heart the diversity: Urse is a black girl and her crush is a bla [...]


    7. A decent juvenile fantasy which broadly carries on from the first volume. Events from that book are discussed and praised, but trouble starts when some mages go back to make sure the saved village is okay. Then the Castoffs team is sent on another mission while their frequent run-ins with another team of mages cause great discord. Not as good as the first volume but moving on nicely.


    8. *I received this book thanks to Netgalley and the publisher in exchange of honest review*The story begins where we left it with the first volume. I do not want to spoiler you so I'll tell you the strictness you need about it.The little trio formed by our heroines, Thrin, Ursa and Charris have succeeded in a part of their intent and return to the village to alert their comrades. Meanwhile, they meet three Wizards in their journey that we will find in the course of this reading and they will come [...]


    9. 3 out of 5 starsDuring the Get Graphic Readathon I read an early copy of The Castoffs Vol. 2: Into The Wastelands by M.K. Reed and Brian Smith. The Castoffs is a graphic novel series filled with magic, mechanical enemies, and a trio of girls who go from adversaries to friends.I had the opportunity to read volume one of The Castoffs a few months ago. When the opportunity arose to read an early copy of volume two I simply couldn’t turn it down. As always, major spoilers will be avoided, but mino [...]


    10. My review on this book should be taken with a grain of salt as I came into this without reading the first volume. I had fun reading this book, and would only read it again if I go and get the first one and read it. This story follows Trinh, Charris, and Ursa as they learn to hone their mage crafts. This book is a bit of fantasy a bit of science fiction. I did enjoy the adventure in the book, but some of the small arguments slightly annoyed me. I had to put myself in their shoes and remember we a [...]


    11. *I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*3 stars.This was really enjoyable. Unfortunately though, for the most part, I didnt understand what was really going on. I needed to have read book 1 before having read this. From this book though, I know that its a series I would really really like. It would have appealed to me quite alot. The images were nicely done and I like the sci fi feel about it. Im going to re-read this once Ive brought the first book and I will updat [...]


    12. I didn’t like volume one and volume 2 didn’t change my mind. Volume one was annoying because of all the “girl drama” instead of working as a team. Volume two is the same story over again, except this time the apprentices are arguing with the seasoned mages. I like the concept of the story, but find the execution lacking. More time is spent on the in-house drama instead of the cybernetic war, and I find it lacking because of this reason.


    13. Not quite as much fun as the first volume had been. There's a bit more info dump in this volume, and significantly less action. However, once it finally does get going, a couple issues in, it does start to pick up. There's a nice cliffhanger at the end of the volume.



    14. From the publisher:Charris, Trinh, and Ursa have managed to work together long enough to defeat the evil Priestess and her hive-mind robot army, the Surrogate. They journey back to the village of Clifton to reunite with their guild, but once there, they discover that the Priestess may not be defeated after all, and a much larger threat may be looming. A secret from Ursa's past threatens to break the fragile trust between the three mages, but they must overcome their differences and work together [...]


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