• Karl, the Phantom Eagle, aims to take to the skies again, but will all the enemies he's accrued in the meantime allow it?
• Some of those enemies are the scariest dinosaurs you've seen in any comic book this year!
This series wraps up well, but not visually. A tale like this would have made a better short story than visual read. I'm glad I bought it, though it didn't follow the “monsters” I was expecting. Read Full Review
Where Monsters Dwell #5 provides a satisfying conclusion to the mini-series. This series has never really been concerned with the physical monsters as much as the human ones, and here we see Clemmie Franklin-Cox show her predatory nature. The reveal of her background does mean that a good portion of the issue is dedicated to exposition, and that kills some of the momentum built up in the series. Russ Braun and Dono Sanchez Almara do a fantastic job providing a moody atmosphere with expertly picked angles and colors that enhance the story.Where Monsters Dwell #5 is not the strongest issue in the series, but it provides a satisfying and entertaining ending to one of the strongestSecret Wars tie-ins. Read Full Review