Witch Buster

Witch Buster is more of a fun book to read. It's highly recommended if you're into books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid. It delivers this funny but serious type of feeling by going deep into the story but reminds you that it is still a comic. This is perfectly complemented by the illustration style of the book. It is sharp and crisp.

The books are set in a world where humans and witches live in their separate territories. Recently the witches are starting to antsy and are wanting to start a war. In the middle of all this, a guy named Tasha Godspell, a witch hunter, tries to figure out more about himself. With him, some other elite witch hunters fight alongside him while getting into their own personal stories. One thing to keep in mind about this series is how it takes something so cliche like fighting witches and turns it into something unique. I think the author had lots of fun writing a series like this.

By Nick M.

Witch Buster

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