Twilight Zone #11

Twilight Zone #11

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Guiu Vilanova Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: January 14, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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At the end of his career and at the bottom of a bottle, Ben Chambers took on one last case: investigate the unsolved murder of an Iraq War veteran and son to corporate CEO Jason Black. What he got was a trip through the past unlike any other.. Having broken the timestream, will Detective Chambers be able to save the young man's life, and if so, what kind of consequences might it have on the present? The answers to these questions and more lay waiting for you in The Twilight Zone.

  • 10
    ComicWow!TV - AD Boorman Jan 13, 2015

    Straczynski appears to be working toward some great crescendo. He has brought everything together and worked it to a peak. At the end of issue 11, the author appears to have brought everything together for some universe changing event. He has worked to bring disparate characters into one place at one time around one critical juncture. It is simultaneously critical to one man, to a small group of people, and to everyone, but all for different reasons. A man seeks meaning. A family seeks closure. A world seeks a light of hope. In the next issue the world may be saved or lost but not by a cosmic hero with the secret identity. It will be saved or lost based on a normal guy, one without powers, someone just like us. Read Full Review

  • 10
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Jan 20, 2015

    The curtain is about to fall on all the characters and no one looks to escape the Twilight Zone unscathed. Highest possible recommendation. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Daniel Pearson Jan 14, 2015

    J. Michael Straczynski has created a gripping and mature murder mystery. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Unleash The Fanboy - Max Delgado Jan 13, 2015

    Overall, a solid continuation of what's been a solid run. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Critical Blast - Tavis Munro Jan 13, 2015

    Vilanova and Francavilla create a hauntingly beautiful environment that perfectly evokes the mood that was always set in Rod Serlings universe. The colors somehow pop while not being distracting, and the artist placed enough details in both the fore- and background to be stimulating while not being overwhelming. The problem with a lot of artists and colorists is their talent. Art and color sometimes turns into "Look at everything I can do!" rather than complimenting the story. Kudos to both Vilanova and Francavilla for showing off their obvious talent while avoiding this trap. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Nerds On The Rocks - Dan Crotty Jan 16, 2015

    I'll be back for the conclusion but this issue mostly came off as superfluous. Read Full Review

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