Enormous #7

Writer: Tim Daniel Artist: Mehdi Cheggour Publisher: 215 Ink Release Date: July 22, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
8.5Critic Rating
5.0User Rating

Episode 7- In A Shallow Grave

Season 2 starts here! The ravaged city of Phoenix offered no refuge for Ellen Grace in the aftermath of the uprising of the Enormous. The harsh environs of the surrounding Sonoran desert will prove even more inhospitable for the survivors as they seek the shelter of an abandoned missile silo.

  • 9.0
    Villain Smash - Torin Chambers Jul 22, 2015

    Enormous launches its second season with a grounded, simpler tone. No massive set pieces of monsters chasing our heroes through buildings tearing everything down in their path. Instead were treated to a more personal human conflict, demonstrating that even with grotesque monstrosities ripping everyone to shreds well still be killing each other. Issue #7 has started a captivating new arc for Enormous, giving us a tantalizing tease of whats to come. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - Karcossa Jul 26, 2015

    Whether you're a fan of giant monsters and post apocalyptic tales or not, publisher 215 Ink has something special on their hands here. Don't let it pass you by. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Spectrum - Bob Bretall Jul 28, 2015

    Enormous #7 has a lot of action in the form of a human-on-human fight scene, beautifully choreographed and painted by Cheggour. What we don't get in this issue is a lot of monster action. This made this issue feel a bit more like an interlude to me since previous issues had a lot more giant monster action. Not necessarily a bad thing, I still loved the issue, but it didn't feel as representative of the series to date as a “new #1″ probably should have. That said, this is a must-read for fans of monster movies and absolutely worth checking out for fans of painted art. Highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jul 27, 2015

    Enormous returns with a more human issue that shows us once again that many of us are horrible people at heart. Given the opportunity, we can descend into chaos, ready to murder our fellow man. There are a select few that can rise above this temptation and do the right thing. Survival does not mean the death and destruction of everyone around you, especially when there are giant monsters roaming the world. Unlike your typical Godzilla story, Enormous delivers on both the human side and the monster scares. Read Full Review

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