Fathom: Blue Descent #2

Writer: David Schwartz Artist: Alex Sanchez Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: February 16, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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The past comes crashing into the present in this exciting all-new Aspen mini-series, FATHOM: BLUE DESCENT! Dissension takes center stage in this pulse-pounding second issue of Aspen's all new FATHOM mini-series. Absaloma is a member of the Blue, searching for answers to his own purpose within the ever-changing landscape under the surface. However, his self-exploration takes a back seat for a search far more important to his livelihood - the search for his captive wife (and Aspen's mom!), Eilah! Kidnapped by the race known as the Black, Eilah's lurid nightmares of this mythical species came to horrifying life when their arrival indeed turned i more

  • 6.5
    ComicBuzz - Niall Doonan Feb 17, 2011

    Despite some shortcomings, Fathom is still a good read, and the physical and emotional conflicts that look to be on the horizon should mean that the next issue is even better. Read Full Review

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