"Longship" concludes with an inland excursion that pits the ex-mercenaries of Ninth Wave against warriors seemingly from another time, culminating in a bloody battle between Captain Israel and a longtime enemy.
The story serves as a tribute to men who pay the heavy price of putting the greater good before themselves, pitting raw human emotion against a merciless world. Garry Brown and Jordie Bellaire simply rock this books artwork; every page seems so rugged and calculated"it's scarily good. Be good to yourself this holiday season, and grab yourself a copy of The Massive #18. Read Full Review
I really hope that this series picks up again soon, because I just didn't connect to the characters like I thought I was going to. I really thought that there would be some groundbreaking events unfold because of the aftermath of that "shot heard round the world". I didn't see the Callum Israel that I expected or wanted to see. I do, however, have some new expectations for the crew. Who knows what will happen on that front? Read Full Review
This will probably be the last issue of The Massive I'm going to review, as the downward trend doesn't seem to be changing anytime soon. Maybe one day, I'll come back to this series, but probably not any time soon. All I can say is: not recommended. Read Full Review
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