We Live: Age of the Palladions - Black #1

Writer: Inaki Miranda, Roy Miranda Artist: Inaki Miranda Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: March 9, 2022 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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We are back into the hopeful, apocalyptic world of Tala and Hototo.
Year 2090. Six years have passed since Salvation Day, when Palladions, with their majestic powers, emerged as the protectors of humanity, saving the five remaining Megalopolis and securing the future of the human species.
But nothing stays and the horizon always brings a new storm.
These are dark times. Death, famine and desperation lurk around the streets of Megalopolis 9. The shield has lost thirty percent of its reach. The New Nature has learned to create cuts in the energy channels that power the Beacon and the Palladions. A neverending horde of beasts siege t more

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 9, 2022

    While I struggled with the Black issue, this White issue worked a whole lot better for me. It felt more accessible even while not picking up from where the previous series left off. It spends more time on the worldbuilding but in a way that felt a lot more accessible and interesting. The Mother Cenotes look a lot more threatening here and just getting to humanize both Tala and Hototo more here in the years since we last saw them goes a long way for me. I'm definitely more interested than I was with the Black issue, but this is a long-game kind of series to begin with so I'm in for quite a while. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Graphic Policy - Brett Mar 9, 2022

    We Live: Age of The Palladions Black #1 has its bumps. Some of the story is a little choppy with talk of portable beacons, shields, and charging, but it all comes together nicely. If the first volume was a story of brother and sister's survival, this is the fight back as we get to see powered up superheroes kick some monster butt. Read Full Review

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