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SUPERGOD: Your God walks among you. Praying won’t help, expect to die shortly. From the creator of Black Summer and No Hero comes the craziest, nastiest, most soulless and criminal superhero comic of the year! SUPERGOD issue 3: the classic cold-war rivalry lives as the first atomic powered gods clash! In one corner America’s Jerry Carney and in the other Soviet Russia’s Novaya Goraj. But the collateral damage is beyond imagining and these aren’t even the most powerful of the Supergods. This is what a superhuman arms race would look like. This is what asking to be saved by men who can fly would look like. Take every superhero comic ever published, shove them into a nuclear-powered blender, soak it in bad vodka and set the whole thing alight — and SUPERGOD will crawl out and eat your brain! This five issue color series is drawn by Garrie Gastonny with colors by Digikore. SUPERGOD is available with a Regular cover painted by Felipe Massafera, a Wraparound by series artist Garrie Gastonny, and a special retailer incentive Church Of Supergod Edition!

Writer: Warren Ellis
Artist: Garrie Gastony
Cover Artist: Felipe Massafera & Garrie Gastonny

Price: $3.99
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hakaider03/24/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. I really enjoyed the first two issues but I’m going to have to go back and re-read them just to remember what is going on.  I should have trade waited because the delays on this book make me question whether it’s worthwhile to continue.

  2. Can’t wait for this. The second issue was great, and I’m really curious as to where he’s going with this sci-fi, nations-personified-as-almost-religious-super-men idea.

    But mang, it’s been nearly 4 months. That’s a hell of a delay… :/ 

  3. I pulled this , but it’s kind of a heavy week, it is really late, and I could save the money since I am going to supershow on sat. This will be a game time decision, but I’m leaning drop

  4. Has it really been 4 months? I regret not holding out for the trade instead. 

  5. It’s not a Warren Ellis book if it’s not delayed a couple months.

  6. You hit it on the head, cromulent.  Totally worth the wait, IMO.

  7. Was lost the first half of the issue. Second half has me intrigued for the next 2 issues. This has been a slow start. Hope it pays off.

  8. There was a couple pages at the end where I felt Ellis was just filling space. "What happened next?" "Was it this?" "Hmm." "Not sure" "No wait, this happened next" "Or did it?". Yeah, no thanks.

    I want to see the conclusion, but it’s not a world I want to seeing him rushing back to. I wonder if it would work better as a short story.

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