All in all, this was finally something different than the four previous issues that revolve around self-contained stories. Invincible Universe has quite the cast of characters and it's nice to slow things down and build decent stores for them. Read Full Review
Invincibleand its companion books have always made a habit of referencing events from quite a while back, but they seem to be doing it more lately. That's not a bad thing; it means the books are very well planned, are written with an acute awareness of in-universe history, or both. But continuity is so strong here that even not-so-recent initiates will be lost. Read Full Review
Nauck's work is animated and agile, filled with just enough detail to be dynamic and informative. The artist has built a world, defined a sprawling cast of characters and continues to add to the fabric of this world in "Invincible Universe" #5. While I'm still acclimating to the characters and the landscape of Robert Kirkman's other comic book creation, the high energy level, fun art and excitingly unpredictable story in "Invincible Universe" #5 will have readers looking forward to the next installment of this adventure. Read Full Review
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