It's a shame I was so confused because at its core this story has a lot to like about it. The question of how a person maintains his identity when he possesses someone else's identity is interesting and unique. Also, there are scenes in this comic where the dialogue crackles and the action flows along. Perhaps I need to seek out the recently-released first collection of this series so it will make more sense. As a stand-alone issue, however, this one was disappointing. Read Full Review
Ill halt with the negatives and say that Bircham and Osiyemi have a great concept with Brodies Law, but they need to find a better way to execute the actual comic book. From what I understand, Brodies Law is being made into a movie under the direction of Renny Harlin (by the way, Renny: I want my eight dollars back from Deep Blue Sea!). This is a great opportunity for Bircham and Osiyemi, and I wish them all the best with the film. However, I am a comic book reviewer, and what I see between the covers of Brodies Law #7 is a sub-standard comic book that will not attract the same critical acclaim that the first six issues did. But seeing as Bircham and Osiyemi are the creators of this enterprise, I am optimistic that they can make something of the next five issues or so of this current run. To do this, they need to take some cues from an old dog like Alan Grant and bring some much needed energy and visual appeal to this title. Read Full Review
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