Family Tree #2
Loretta and her family are surrounded by deadly cultists and running out of time when Grandpa Judd arrives toting his ornery attitude and his trusty shotgun. But what good is a gun against a mysterious ailment turning his granddaughter into a tree?

Family Tree #2 Details

TitleFamily Tree #2
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ReleaseDec 18th, 2019
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Fantasy, Graphic Novels, Fiction

Family Tree #2 Review

  • Wesley
    January 1, 1970
    In Issue #2 of Family Tree we flashback and forth between Darcy and Meg. We learn the fate of Darcy, Meg’s father. Judd tried to save him but couldn’t. In the present day, Meg is trying to flee with her family from the people hunting her due to her transformation into a tree. Loretta is reluctant to let her father-in-law, Judd, help. But her children decide it is the best choice. Towards the end of the issue, we learn that Judd kept a part of his son, his hand, and uses it to communicate with In Issue #2 of Family Tree we flashback and forth between Darcy and Meg. We learn the fate of Darcy, Meg’s father. Judd tried to save him but couldn’t. In the present day, Meg is trying to flee with her family from the people hunting her due to her transformation into a tree. Loretta is reluctant to let her father-in-law, Judd, help. But her children decide it is the best choice. Towards the end of the issue, we learn that Judd kept a part of his son, his hand, and uses it to communicate with him.Lemire is one of my favourite authors of this genre. He always manages to pull at the heartstrings while telling a fantastic story. I am looking forward to the remainder of Family Tree.
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  • Tobin Elliott
    January 1, 1970
    This almost blew by way too quick, but Lemire & co. managed to lob a few bombs our way despite an almost all-action second issue. Still a lot of unknowns, but I'm quite enjoying this series.
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    January 1, 1970
    "FAMILY TREE #2, out this Wednesday from Image Comics continues the horrifying tale of one grandfather trying to save his family from a grisly and disturbing fate. This issue is not to be missed if you’re seeking answers and chills.Family Tree is a new joint project from the minds of Jeff Lemire, Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, and Ryan Cody. And so far the series has been doing everything possible to get our attention. If you’ve been on the lookout for a series that blends together family drama with "FAMILY TREE #2, out this Wednesday from Image Comics continues the horrifying tale of one grandfather trying to save his family from a grisly and disturbing fate. This issue is not to be missed if you’re seeking answers and chills.Family Tree is a new joint project from the minds of Jeff Lemire, Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, and Ryan Cody. And so far the series has been doing everything possible to get our attention. If you’ve been on the lookout for a series that blends together family drama with some truly horrifying elements, then this is a series worth checking out.The first issue of this series introduced us to a world in which a family has been torn apart. And is only facing more trials with each turn. A single mother has been left to raise her family. First, there’s the troubled teenage son. And now by all appearances, her daughter is being affected by some strange disease.Enter Grandpa Judd, who seems to have all of the answers. Not that this is the sort of situation where one can actually take a few minutes to sit down and explain the said situation. But thanks to the magic of flashbacks, the readers are at a slight advantage in that regard."Check out my full review over at Monkeys Fighting Robots
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  • James
    January 1, 1970
    A couple of new stones were turned over in this one giving us a little more details as to what is going on. This series is cooking up nicely. The art is a little rough but it kinda fits the story.
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