"We exist in the stories we tell about others and, more crucially, about ourselves. Aaron Durán and Sara Soler aren’t looking to reinvent the wheel, here — they’re showing us a different car, taking us on a different route. It’s a ride I’m delighted to be taking with them." -Greg Rucka
"Aaron Durán and Sara Soler's Season of the Bruja is full of danger, fun, monsters and heart. You *will* fall in love with its characters instantly and eagerly await for each new installment. Get ready to enjoy the fiesta!" - David Lafuente, DC's Harley Quinn, Image's Radiante Black, Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book.
"Season of the Bruja is off to a great start with a spooky bent, flashy art and heartwarming characters. Durán and Soler have brought the fun for issue one!” - Mike Henderson (Nailbiter)
"There's nothing quite as cool as finding a comic you didn't know you needed in your life, and you're reminded how fun it is to discover something new." - David F. Walker
“Season of the Bruja is a supernaturally good tale: damn entertaining, energetic and well realized, with characters that you can’t help but love.” – Andrew Constant, writer on Nightwing: Future State and The Demon: Hell is Earth.
"A truly exciting fantasy debut... equal parts ambitious, engaging, and heartfelt, Season of the Bruja is a brilliant display of comic book magic." - David Pepose, Ringo Award-Winning Writer of Spencer & Locke, The O.Z., and Scout's Honor
Althalia Cabrera might seem like any other witchy Portland hipster whiling away her days behind the counter of a freaky occult museum, but there's more to her whole deal than a trendy pursuit of the craft. Althalia is a bruja by blood—the youngest in a long line of powerful magic users from a long-ago culture indigenous to Mexico. In her twenty years, Althalia has studied with her loving abuela by her side, supporting and mentoring her use of the family magic, and protecting her from the darkest parts of their practice's history. But just as Althalia's inner light and power begins to shine, the darkness of the past finds its way into her world and strikes a tragic blow, testing Althalia in ways she might not be prepared enough to survive.
Writer: Aaron Duran
Artist: Sara Soler