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TWELVE #7 (OF 12)

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coltrane6808/07/08YesRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. I love this book. I’m already picking out space for the big ass hardcover!

  2. This is my favorite book out there right now. I can’t wait for each issue.

  3. Can this series get more depressing?

    Stay Tuned! and find out

  4. Surprised this is sitting this low.  Its one of my favorates right now.


  5. @bean I think the slow pace of this made a lot of people want to wait for the trade. Plus there is the lack of familiar characters.

    This is one of my top five books right now.

  6. @NealAppeal – The slow pace is the only thing that’s keeping this book from being higher on my favourite book list. I dig it, and I love the art, it’s just that I feel we’ve been waiting for something big to happen and the real story to start for about 5 or 6 issues. It seems more like a bunch of stuff happening, with no real connected story arc.

    But maybe it all make sense to me soon, I’m in until the end, no matter what.

  7. I love this book.  Each issue just seems perfect to me.  I can’t believe I care so much about these characters – especially because I thought they looked so silly in the previews before this book came out. Just goes to show what good writing can do.  I highly recommend this series – and it reads really well to me in issues – I don’t think you need to wait for the trade.

  8. The slow burn continues with this issue …

    This book is like superhero soap opera. Maybe I’m becoming more impatient as I get older, but I’d really like to see at least a punch or two thrown in a comic book. Maybe I just wasn’t in the right mood to read this, I was pretty bored by it.

    The pencils were sweet, though.

  9. @WadeWilson I agree with you. This issue was too slow even for me.

  10. Yeah man, I read Wolverine: Killing Made Simple, after reading this title & Ultimate Origins (another book with nothing but talking) back to back, & the brainless action was so much fun after reading these two comics back to back. For me, if dialogue heavy stories (in movies, comics, books or whatever) are not funny, or entertaining in some way, and just plain "dramatic" I tend to lose interest pretty quicky.

    Real life is full of drama, I want some fun & entertaining shit to happen in my fiction!

  11. Totally enjoying this book and I’m oddly glad I’m buying it in issues and not in trade. I feel like I’m appreciating it more, if that makes any sense.

    JMS hasn’t fucked it up so far!


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