Freedom Fighters #7

Freedom Fighters #7

Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti Artist: Travis Moore Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 2, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Freedom Fighters have found all the artifacts, but the clock's still counting down as they struggle to learn how to use them. And with so many of their teammates already down for the count, what can they do when they discover a traitor in their ranks?

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Mar 9, 2011

    This issue is a prime example of why it is a tragedy that Freedom Fighters is being canceled later this year. The awesome pacing, great character work, and superb art make it one of the finest comics being produced, while its density and focus on huge action makes it unlike any other superhero book currently on the market. This is a can't miss comic, even if you only have a few more months to catch it! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Mar 3, 2011

    With less than a handful of issues left in the series, this issue does a great job of stepping up the story a little. There's been a great deal of activity in the first seven issues of this series, so much so that it certainly seems like I've read more than seven issues. I'm thankful for that. Palmiotti and Gray have a passion for these characters, and a story that they feel needs to be told, and that translates nicely to the final page. I'm sure some subplots or character beats are going to be curtailed with the pending end of this title, but for now, this is an enjoyable read. This issue is no exception, and for all its thickness, it provides the type of story where you can start here and just enjoy. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Wayland Mar 6, 2011

    Ok, back to my earlier comment/rant. The Sherman's Wrath bit I can understand, but Paul Revere's lantern? Quick history lesson- yes, Paul Revere was one of the riders who warned the Minutemen of the British coming. And yes, there was even a lantern hung in the Old North Church to give him the signal. It was needed to signal him because he was across the water to get a head start on his ride. He never handled it, just looked at it. From a great distance. So for him to have a magic lantern from that exploit smacks of someone not doing their homework. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Mar 8, 2011

    Consider this title is still in its infant stages, its kind of a disservice to shut it down before Gray-Palmiotti can refine it. Still, theres no doubt the teams been a hard sell from the start, and little has been done so far to keep you invested if youre not a fervent America-lover. Read Full Review

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