Who is the Transhuman? And why is he risking his life for the Resurrection Man? And even with his help, will our hero be able to fend off the bounty-hunting Body Doubles and the forces of both Heaven and Hell?
We aren't seeing enough of Abentt and Lanning at the Big Two now that their Cosmic Marvel work seems to be winding down. Resurrection Man is a solid sleeper hit, but it deserves more love and attention than that. Read Full Review
Now this issue had everything and the kitchen sink in it. Everything except the main character, that is. (At least for half the book) Still, it is definitely tying all of the plot threads from the past few issues together. The action was once again non-stop and sexy babe dominated. Read Full Review
This is a good book, but it feels like its just barely being held back and prevented from becoming a great one. Theres room to grow her, and the story is growing in the right direction. If Dagnino can change it up a little, it could push this book into the realm of being a must-read. Read Full Review
While the goodly number of plot-turns makes this an improvement over previous issues, the repetitive nature of the story saps whatever excitement DnA manage to generate. There's only so much more I can take before I relegate this series to the Dropped List. Read Full Review
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