Coppers undercover, coppers under lovers, coppers on drugs and genocide uncovered. The penultimate tick of the tock before the courtroom dock, the future shock, the hangmans drop and the doomsday clock.
It's hard to believe we're nearly at the end of this series, and I still barely have an idea of what's going on. It's a testament to Spencer's masterful storytelling, of course, but it's also a humbling experience for a semi-professional analyst of fiction. By the same token, it's that much more rewarding when you find your educated guesses are on the right track after all. Bodies can thus be a cerebral rollercoaster ride, disappointing one well-crafted theory and supporting another in the same issue"occasionally at the same time. Read Full Review
Bodies is a miniseries that will be talked about, and should be talked about, for years to come. It's stories and collaborations like these that keep Vertigo near the top of the list in my mind, and in my pull box. I will save the love I have for everyone involved until the final review, but what we are getting from these artists is mind-blowing. I couldn't be more thankful that I found this. Read Full Review