Rainbow Brite #1
The adventure begins for children and adults alike, as the classic character Rainbow Brite comes to comics and brings a little color to your life! Wisp and Willow are best friends who live in a small town. They are inseparable, until one night Wisp discovers something is stealing the color from the world! To escape their grasp, Wisp must use her wits and the help of a new friend…from somewhere else! Then the adventure begins! Follow along with writer Jeremy Whitley (My Little Pony, Unstoppable Wasp) and artist Brittney Williams (Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat!, Goldie Vance) as we find out how this seemingly normal girl becomes Rainbow Brite and how it changes Wisp, Willow, and their world!

Rainbow Brite #1 Details

TitleRainbow Brite #1
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 3rd, 2018
PublisherDynamite
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GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Fantasy, Young Adult, Urban Fantasy, Action

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Rainbow Brite #1 Review

  • mercedes
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsI would just like to preface this by saying that I have never read nor watched Rainbow Brite before. Jeremy Whitley’s whimsical first issue was my introduction to the aptly named ‘Rainbow Land’ — and I was only left wanting more.The beginning of the issue introduces us to Wisp and Willow, two young girls who just want to play knights and wizards and eat snacks. Their friendship is adorable, as is how much they love playing together, demonstrated by the effort Willow has gone to with her 4.5 starsI would just like to preface this by saying that I have never read nor watched Rainbow Brite before. Jeremy Whitley’s whimsical first issue was my introduction to the aptly named ‘Rainbow Land’ — and I was only left wanting more.The beginning of the issue introduces us to Wisp and Willow, two young girls who just want to play knights and wizards and eat snacks. Their friendship is adorable, as is how much they love playing together, demonstrated by the effort Willow has gone to with her own costume she ‘LARPS’ in. The comic is very cheery and lighthearted, and I particularly liked a message in the beginning about how sometimes being a good person means being nice to people who aren’t. It’s something kids and adults alike need to hear more often!Things take a darker turn for Wisp when she comes home, with an ending that left me eagerly anticipating the next issue already. The characters, world, and tone of the comic were all charming, paired with the cutest art inside (and an outstanding cover by Tony Fleecs). This is an enjoyable read for all ages and I have high hopes for the following issues!
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  • Ken Yuen
    January 1, 1970
    Hmm. I get this is an origin story, but too much of it takes place in the real world. They reach Rainbow Land and the comic's over. The characters are interesting and spunky enough, but I honestly had been hoping for more.Not really a fan of the cover or Twinkle's redesign either, but Wisp and Willow and everything else looks fine.
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  • Heather
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed this more than any comic I've read in a while! It's really cute and feels so nostalgic. I haven't watched the Rainbow Brite cartoons since the actual 80s, and as a kid they weren't my favorite, but man, this comic was a fun read!It starts out on Earth, with two little girls, Willow and Wisp, who enjoy roleplaying. Their little adventure was adorable, but the real adventure begins when Wisp goes home and finds monsters sucking all the color out of her mom's car.For now, the color blue i I enjoyed this more than any comic I've read in a while! It's really cute and feels so nostalgic. I haven't watched the Rainbow Brite cartoons since the actual 80s, and as a kid they weren't my favorite, but man, this comic was a fun read!It starts out on Earth, with two little girls, Willow and Wisp, who enjoy roleplaying. Their little adventure was adorable, but the real adventure begins when Wisp goes home and finds monsters sucking all the color out of her mom's car.For now, the color blue is under assault. What's next? I can't wait to find out!
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  • Lilyan
    January 1, 1970
    I have been eagerly waiting for this since it was announced earlier this year! Did not disappoint. I'm too young to have watched the original Rainbow Brite cartoon so I don't know the original story for her as a character but so far I am in love with the LARP duo of Willow and Wisp. I anxious to see how their adventures proceed! Would be really enjoyable for younger nerds as well!
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  • Kristin El
    January 1, 1970
    Hate when the cover art doesn’t match the interior art.
  • Ashley Beery
    January 1, 1970
    Good butWay too short, I also don't like how they did Twink aka Twinkle into this magical know it all. The artwork is good but it's very very short.
  • Jamie Canaves
    January 1, 1970
    this was exactly what I need to read in this here garbage fire year.
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