Klaus #5

Klaus #5

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Dan Mora Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: May 4, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
8.1Critic Rating
7.4User Rating

Magnus passes judgement on Klaus, and the enemy's past is revealed.

  • 9.0
    Outright Geekery - Christopher Hitchcock May 13, 2016

    While Klaus is still becoming one of my favorite Mini-series and pieces of work by Grant Morrison, Issue #05 is possibly the weakest issue so far. Don't get me wrong, this issue still has absolutely stunning artwork and fantastic story moments, but it's a bit slower paced than previous issues. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Karen O'Brien May 9, 2016

    Conflict and resolution are brewing up an emotional storm in Grimsvig as Morrison and Mora deliver another action-packed issue with excellent character-driven moments in "Klaus" #5. It's been a pleasure to talk about this book with folks at the local comics shop, because the series invites a wide variety of tastes. The guy who loves horror comics and recommended "Southern Bastards" to me digs "Klaus." The guy who is a die-hard "Green Lantern" fan digs "Klaus," and so does the guy who never reads comics about caped heroes. "Klaus" #5 is a good story told well, so it's no wonder the title is appealing to readers across the board. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicWow!TV - Bhavna Bakshi May 3, 2016

    This series is getting SO intense. The Baron’s men have finally hurt Klaus, and Magnus is on his way to finish the job in the woods! The story is coming to an end, so make sure to catch up before the series ends and you see a review that spoils everything (yes, that’s probably foreshadowing). This issue is out TOMORROW, so pick it up at your local comic book shop and enjoy! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    PopOptiq - Matthew Petras May 6, 2016

    Beyond the very chewable moments of great characterization is some great action. Mora renders a scene in which Klaus flees arrow fire while running on rooftops with a solid sense of motion. The page layouts are dynamic and offer a good mix of different perspectives. The level of detail is impressive, only outdone by Mora's rich colors. The flames from the arrows light up the blue, snowy skies in a rather impressive display. Read Full Review

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