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DMZ #58

Last time we saw the legendary street artist “Decade Later,” he was in cuffs and headed to a detention camp. Years have passed, and the man is back, walking the streets like he never left – a symbol of art defiant in the face of violent oppression.

Written by BRIAN WOOD

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 16.3%


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  1. interesting–only 23 pulls so far. Are folks getting tired of this book?  It’s definitely feeling like it should end soon, IMHO..

  2. Next year is the last year of DMZ.

  3. I am definitely tired of this book but i’ve been reading it for so long I’m in till the bitter end…

  4. Add me to the list of people that are buying this book more out of loyalty than actual interest.  I’ve stuck with it since issue 1 so I may as well see it out to the end?

  5. I’ve read it since #1 too, but I’m still really enjoying the series. The last storyline with Matty’s death squad was fantastic, we’re just in a block of one shot character issues right now, which isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.

  6. The one thing that is keeping me truly interested in the main story line is wondering just how much resolution we are going to get. I mean is the war going to end? Will Matty die? Will he just disappear into the DMZ? Will he reconnect with his parents? Where is Parco?

    I haven’t enjoyed this series much over the past year but I am very interested to see just how it will end. Prior to this (and pretty much since) Wood has only done mini-series, really anxious to see how he wraps up a full length series like this.

  7. THis was a solid one shot but the last "Decade Later" is one of my favorite issues so this one had big shoes to fill.

  8. Jesus I get it. There is no city like New York…It’s in my bones blah blah blah.

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