The Massive #19

The Massive #19

Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Garry Brown Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: January 22, 2014 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 3
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An improvised explosive device rips through the Kapital while at port in the Baltic Sea, and the group claiming responsibility is no group at all . . . It's an individual: Arkady, the demon from Cal's past in Mogadishu. When Cal goes to confront his nemesis, he discovers that Arkady holds a piece of the puzzle that could change everything.

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Erik McAlister Jan 22, 2014

    I liked this issue. It really left me wanting more at the end. I was a little disappointed when I read the ending to "Longship", but I can see that everything is happening for a reason, and that's good. This situation with Arkady has the potential of really bringing some extremely powerful stuff to the table, and I can't wait to see what that is. I don't want to get too excited just yet, but I can safely say that I'm looking forward to "Bloc". Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Russell Johnson Jan 21, 2014

    I love this development and direction for Callum Israel, the Kapital and Mag finding himself facing an all new mountain of trouble to navigate. The Massive is now on dry land but Wood has not missed a beat with the story and leads readers toward new goals and challenges never before conceivable only a few issues ago. Issue #19 has recaptured my attention and I can't wait to see where the story leads. Strong story and strong character make The Massive one of Dark Horse's most underrated titles which comic book fans should jump on immediately. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Jim Johnson Jan 22, 2014

    Wood's post-crash world is still just as big as it was before, and he continues to find intriguing ways to explore it, while building up enough history and characters within the context of the series to keep it exciting. "The Massive" #19 takes full advantage of that history, and because of that remains as interesting as it did when it began. Read Full Review

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