Shrapnel #5

Shrapnel #5

Writer: M. Zachary Sherman Artist: Bagus Hutomo Publisher: Radical Publishing Release Date: May 6, 2009 Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Alex Evans May 10, 2009

    The Bottom-line: The best issue of one of the best limited series of 2009 thus far. Epic, beautiful, and harsh, this is one to pick up. Better still, it's 2.99 for a 50-page issue with heavy paper and a glossy cover. Can't argue with that. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Karyn Pinter May 4, 2009

    Overall, as a series, this has been one of my favorites of the year and I do believe I heard whisperings of there being a second volume. There are some things I thought could have been changed or built upon, but this really was a near perfect story. Its great because its a war comic, nothing fancy, no subplot about finding the super-weapon to enslave/save the galaxy, no distracting love story (although there was a tiny one). The focus was on war and how violent it is, and the toll it takes on a person or city, or the world. People die, including the ones you love, people make mistakes that they live to regret. Fighting for freedom isnt always glorious or pretty--this is what Shrapnel is about. Read Full Review

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