Final Words: I kept giving this book between one and one an a half bullets and I finally decided on two. The reason being that after re-reading the issue, you can see some of the hidden potential within the story. The dialogue isnt horrible and the plot has a few interesting parts. Sadly, with all the pacing problems and the fact the zombies look like bad '80s Steven King characters, I think the undead should have just stayed dead. Read Full Review
Mind you, it's not as if there's coherent storytelling here to keep the reader's interest. Guggenheim and Gonzales employ far too large a cast of characters and start the story too deeply in the middle of chaos for the audience to get a clear sense of what's going on and who the players are. They start things off so far into the plot that the reader has no reason to care about these characters or what happens to them. Furthermore, Mel Rubi's art fails to identify the various super-characters clearly at all. For example, on the first page, four superhumans are introduced, but the figures are so small that one really can't discern any details in their designs or appearances. Read Full Review
The presence of a gun-toting loon called "Solid Citizen" is also good for a laugh or two, but overall, this feels like someone's high school superhero characters (and we all had them, don't lie) put in a context that wouldn't work even if we knew what was going on with the heroes. Read Full Review
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