Voodoo #9 takes some weird turns.
Priscilla Kitaen wakes up from a dream where her parents were murdered by Voodoo, her clone. However, she is still with Lincoln, head of the Blackhawks, after she accepted working for him to help him with the Daemonite problem. Meanwhile, Voodoo is somewhere in South America, and seems to have found one of Helspont’s hideouts. She wants to prove she is worthy to continue the Daemonite legacy while she thinks the new Daemonites or the hybrids should be the ones in charge now as they are more advanced. The issue then highlights both Priscilla training to fight, and Voodoo fighting some of Helspont’s brainwashed humans. Priscilla stops, and meets her new trainer and possible love interest Axel Walker. Pris is not too happy to hear she worked at the Voodoo Lounge or at least her clone did. Helspont send Voodoo to the Dead City of the Daemonites. She is sent away while Pris has a vision of what Voodoo was hearing from Helspont. Lincoln then takes them to what seems to be a Daemonite sleeper transport, and it seems to be reaching out psychically to Pris. She is able to control it, and flies off to find Voodoo.
Joshua Williamson continues to make me confident in the narrative he is trying to tell with each issue. While I missed Ron Marz, Williamson is quickly making me love his crazy new direction for the book. Sami Basri continues to excel in his artwork for the book. To all who read this, you should join the Daemonite fight, and read this book asap.