Nowhere Men #2

Nowhere Men #2

Writer: Eric Stephenson Artist: Nate Bellegarde Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: December 19, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
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9.0User Rating

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There are fates worse than death.

  • 9.0
    Crave Online - Andy Hunsaker Jan 9, 2013

    These first two issues have been so well-crafted and intriguing, though, that I doubt that somewhat-overused genre element is going to be a hinderance at all. We have no idea what happened to the people who made it through the warp gate, or to those left behind on the space station when things went kablooey. We have no idea what's going on with Ellis' coma, where the hell Walker is, or what ugliness Grimshaw has planned. All this did was give us a touchstone to hold onto while exploring some really captivating new ideas. Calling it now: Nowhere Men is going to be the Saga of 2013 - the book all your cool friends tell you you should be reading. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Dec 20, 2012

    It’s very possible that our space explorers are going to come to earth and infect everyone on the planet giving everyone powers in the process. I’m actually hoping that’s where it goes because that would be an interesting world to see. Instead of being feared it would be the end of mankind in one fail swoop. This is another good issue for the series and I think it’s actually better than the first in a lot of ways. I’ll be sticking around with the series for sure and hope the artist is as well. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Dec 21, 2012

    Otherwise, though, this series is moving along nicely. It looks great, and these characters and this world really are exceptional in terms of their development and nuance. My feeling is that they've just got to run into each other a few more times for the thematic depth to come through. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - ToriBee Dec 19, 2012

    Like any new series it’s hard to make any concrete verdicts and is probably worth to pursue for a few more issues in. Issue two still leaves us with questions that by no means will probably be answered next issue, but it’s still building enough curiosity just to see how this story may play out and doesn’t make any turns that would turn a reader away yet. Read Full Review

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