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Ninth Wave’s presence within the United States’ now-sunken borders has caused a disruption that a rogue US Navy battle group plans to end. Mismatched and outnumbered by a fleet of larger ships, the crew of Kapital must rely on the unexpected aid of a rogue member of Ninth Wave in the explosive conclusion to Brian Wood’s comic book return to New York City.

* One of Comic Book Resources’ Best Comics of 2012!

“In a period where Wood’s name seems to pop up all over the industry, this series has emerged as one of his most ambitious and rewarding so far.”—IGN

The Massive is not only an amazing action-packed and thought-provoking story, but it’s quickly becoming a heartfelt one as well. The demise of humanity never looked so cool.” — Geeks Unleashed

Writer: Brian Wood
Artist: Garry Brown
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: J. P. Leon

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  1. Love that cover, love this series.

  2. I always get super-excited when this or Prophet comes out both just feel me with such deep pleasure & excite me big time!

  3. Im interested in the title “Oasis”…looking forward to reading this.

  4. Wow. *Spolier (kind of)*

    Well you called it! Forget who it was but one of the fanboys said there was something not right about Mary, something supernatural and as issues went on this seemed more and more likely. THIS issue………. Well it completely confirmed it. That bitch is crazy!

    I literally have no idea where this series is gonna turn now and that is fine with me! Brilliant stuff.

    • Yup, I’m pretty sure it was JasonHart who first brought it to our attention on these boards, and this issue for sure made it clear. What’s wild is I’m still not sure the extent or scope of her “powers”, but it certainly adds an interesting dimension to this otherwise very straightforward book. I love that Mag is scared of her, that cemented her badass status for me.

    • Yup, it was @JasonHart. I still think she is an Earth avatar or something…and VERY badass.

    • Sigh. Not sure if I’m on board with this turn of events, in what’s otherwise been an interesting series.

  5. I think i’m with PV on this one… not sure if I like the idea of the supernatural in this book. I’m all about supernatural when you’re working in that world, but I was enjoying this because of the realistic (and scary) vision of the future. I’m sticking with it… but with some concern.

    I hope that Mary doesn’t wear a cape next issue.

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