Killraven #6

Writer: Alan Davis Artist: Alan Davis Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 21, 2003

    A truly disappointing miniseries on so many levels, and the knowledge that Alan Davis was the creative mind behind this project makes it even more troubling. From the flat, one-dimensional lead character, to a plot that never quite manages to deliver anything that really sparked the imagination, I was looking to this final issue to redeem the project with a memorable climax. However, while the battle between Killraven & Gork is a well done tussle, the momentum that this fight managed to build is completely undone by a truly awful final sequence where the Martian invaders suddenly come to realize that invading a planet is wrong, and they pack up their fleet & leave the planet. This ending throws the story completely off the rails, as Alan Davis spent the preceding five issues playing up the idea that the Martians were ruthless creatures, so having them suddenly change results in an ending that is completely at odds with the material that lead up to it. Read Full Review

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