Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1

Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1

After suffering a tragic loss, Lady Mechanika takes a trip to a small Mexican village just in time for their Día de los Muertos celebration. But the festivities turn truly deadly after the arrival of the Jinetes del Infierno, the mythical Hell Rider...

Title:Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1
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    Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1 Reviews

  • [Shai] Bibliophage

    This is my first time to read a comic issue of Lady Mechanika and I'm really amaze by how stunning the illustrations are. I'm familiar with Santa Muerte or Lady of the Dead, and the Dia de Los Muertos...

  • Vellum Voyages

    4 helms Please follow me on my blog :) Review originally posted on Vellum Voyages (www.vellumvoyages.com)Wow, can Joe Benitez draw! What a stunner Lady Mechanika is and her outfits are gorgeous! LOVE!...

  • Akylina

    The art is absolutely stunning as always, but the story wasn't anything special in this issue. It appears to be the least interesting arc so far, but it all depends on how the story unfolds in the nex...

  • Greyson | Use Your Words

    Lady Mechanika Series Ratings:Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte: ★★★★★Lady Mechanika, Vol.1: The Mystery of the Mechanical : TBRLady Mechanika Vol. 2: The Tablet of Destinies: TBR— I re...

  • Lima Reads

    Lady Mechanika is so awesome. I love this steampunk graphic novel/comic series. The graphics of the whole novel was beautifully done. The story was good too. Simply awesome....

  • Krystal

    What spectacular illustrations! And the plot of this graphic novel was both interesting and engaging. Not my typical read, but this was thoroughly enjoyable with such vibrant images!...

  • J.D.

    The art in the Lady Mechanika series practically glows. It's otherworldly and eyecatching, perfectly matching the mysticism and pathos of the story. The book takes mythology as its inspiration, and re...

  • Arra Abella

    My late night reading streak commenced and I chose to continue with this comic. The cover art captured my eye. It was dark but really beautifully done. The content did not disappoint. Every page I tur...

  • Diane Hernandez

    Hauntingly beautiful art with a radically different story.Set in a small town near Mexico City in 1869, Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte has a steampunk style that also incorporates the Mexican Da...

  • Bejaka Phoenix

    I received this graphic novel on NetGalley for an honest review. Joe Benitez and M. M. Chen did a great job bringing Lady Mechanika to life. From her personal story to the wonderful illustrations, bot...