Extermination #8
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Extermination #8

Writer: Simon Spurrier Artist: V Kenneth Marion Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: January 16, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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FINAL ISSUE! It all ends here -- in the heart of the Abattoir, Nox and Red Reaper attempt to unleash Absolute on the world. Will their final gamble succeed in ridding our dimension of the EDDA infiltration? Will they both survive the encounter? And what will become of the post-post-apocalypse? The superhero epic comes to its conclusion, straight from the minds of Simon Spurrier and artist V Ken Marion!

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Jose Camacho Jan 15, 2013

    This issue displayed a lot of the series' strengths. It had the healthy dose of humanity and the unhealthy dose of humor. The art team was a bit unbalanced yet managed to remain creative and unique. This is obviously not a good way to start the series, head over to the back issues and check out one of 2012's underrated series. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geekality - Sal Brucculeri Jan 17, 2013

    If you are looking for an entertaining comic with stunning fight panels that Extermination #8 would be what you are looking for. I also recommend this comic for aspiring comic writers and artists. There are so many things that could be studied within this comic that could help any budding talent trying to get better. The aspect ratio's in this comic mixed with the facial expressions and even the huge dramatic splashes and even the panels shows that there is no such thing as too much details. Overall, great experience. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 16, 2013

    I listed a few things that I liked about the ending, but there was far more about it that was average more than anything else. Hell, I even thought that there was supposed to be a ninth issue and if there is I won’t be very interested in it. If you’ve been following the series from the beginning it’s worth checking out and even if you only read a few issues you could tune back in and fill in the blanks and still have a decent resolution. It wasn’t a bad series, but honestly it could have done a lot more with the ending rather than just get there. Read Full Review

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