Heroes In Crisis #6

Writer: Tom King Artist: Mitch Gerads Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 27, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 29 User Reviews: 84
6.7Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

Get a deeper look into the inner workings of Sanctuary. When heroes visited the facility, they relived their trauma through virtual reality, contending with the events that brought them there in the hope of reaching a meaningful resolution. That is, until the trauma took over and escalated these personal events into a full-blown crisis! Find out what pushed one of the superheroes over the edge and how it broke the machine. This special issue reunites the Eisner Award-winning MISTER MIRACLE team of writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads!

  • 10
    Infinite Earths - J.D. Jr. Feb 28, 2019

    5/5 - An expertly crafted glimpse into the world of superhero PTSD." Read Full Review

  • 10
    AIPT - Ritesh Babu Feb 27, 2019

    King and Gerads' reunion with Cowles is a glorious treat. A masterclass in structure, the issue is packed with thematic purpose and existential heart. Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Feb 27, 2019

    Clay Mann and Mitch Gerards deliver some amazing art in this issue. Both artists bring beautiful detail and emotion to the pages. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Batman Universe - Adil Syed Mar 1, 2019

    A deep dive into the psyche of Wally West and Gnarrk. Definitely an issue you dont want to miss. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    411Mania - Stephen Gustafson Feb 28, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis should be talked about more often. It's handling issues and topics that have gone unexplored by the Big Two and doing it just about perfectly. It's the kind of book that you want to collect individually so you have time to digest what your reading before moving on to the next chapter. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    On Comics Ground - Timothy Quail Feb 27, 2019

    This is a strong issue of Heroes in Crisis. But its strength is also its weakness. This is a story of two Tom Kings. One that has is creating an interesting take on Sanctuary and backstory, and another who is hampered with a slow moving mystery. Issues like this only highlight the amazing potential of what this series could have been. As it stands this is a peak in a sadly uneven event. I truly hope the last 3 issues take the revelations and character development created here and move with them. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 27, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis #6 provides readers with another emotionally rich interlude story. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Feb 27, 2019

    This issue will leave you just a bit split because you got everything you could have wanted about the inner workings of Sanctuary, but everything else such as what created this crisis or who that hero actually is, you still have to wait for. Even if the events of Heroes in Crisis #6 somewhat tell you who that hero actually is, nothing was actually revealed as fact just yet. Till then, this was an engaging issue for the characters who this creative team decided to focus on. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - David DeCorte Feb 27, 2019

    We get plenty of emotion, introspection, and character exploration in HEROES IN CRISIS #6, plus beautiful artwork courtesy of Mitch Gerads. That said, most of the issue is supplementary material to the core narrative, save for the last few pages. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Mueller Feb 27, 2019

    This is one of the stronger issues of Heroes in Crisis and could signal a pivot point going further in the series. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Impulse Gamer - admin Mar 6, 2019

    Although a powerful issue, I was definitely torn with this darker DCU and as Rebirth attempted to bring back hope to this DCU, it seems that Heroes in Crisis has tarnished it again although it could be the ripple effect from the Doomsday Clock. Nonetheless it was perfectly illustrated by Clay Mann and Mitch Gerards who create a gripping story with emotions and drama. In the end, with all clues potentially pointing to Wally West as the killer due to the loss of his family, Im betting that Tom King has some huge twists still coming this way. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Mar 4, 2019

    On its own, this is a great issue. This is a wonderful script. King is hyper focused on the characters' psychology, good and bad. The work he does with Wally and Harley is really impressive. And combined with Gerads' art, I really enjoyed this. However, in the context of this series, it feels too little too late. Structurally, it kills the momentum of the mystery while also telling a much more captivating story than what the main plot of this is supposed to be. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Feb 27, 2019

    As Heroes in Crisis reaches the two-thirds mark, I think I consistently feel the same way about it " it's a strong character-driven work with some brilliant moments mixed in, but I have a hard time getting into it because of the sense of endless, pervasive doom. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Mikkel Snyder Feb 27, 2019

    We're in end game territory, and it doesn't feel like we're any closer to a satisfying conclusion. Heroes in Crisis #6glimpses into a different book of interviews that I much rather be reading than this murder mystery plot that has been inconsistent in its delivery. I love King, but I need a bit more certainty and cohesion to carry this whodunit this far in. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Outright Geekery - Brian A. Madrid Mar 13, 2019

    This issue offers tremendous amounts of insight about the physical toll on the mind of superheroes. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Sequential Planet - Matthew Dillon Feb 27, 2019

    A complete departure from previous issues but one entirely for the better. Unfortunately, it can't escape the mistakes previously made by this event. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Dark Knight News - Steve J Ray Feb 27, 2019

    Six pages of this issue, while well written, and exquisitely drawn, were ultimately unnecessary. I have nothing against Gnarrk, and perhaps he's a favorite of Tom King or Mitch Gerads. For me the issue would have been better served if it stuck with the characters at the heart of the story. I know we'll be seeing more of Wally West and Harley in this series, so will overlook the minor shortcomings of this chapter. With just three issues to go, I'll look at issue #6 as a palate cleanser. It has refreshed our taste buds, ready for the final course, which looks to be mighty tasty! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Feb 27, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis #6Written by Tom KingArt by Clay Mann, Mitch Gerads and Tomeu MoreyLettering by Clayton CowlesPublished by DC ComicsReview by David Pepose‘Rama Rating: 7 out of 10 Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Richard Gray Feb 28, 2019

    This series may leave us with a richer sense of these players, so it's just a shame that King's sense of pacing has kept us in arrested development for so long. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Green Lantern Corps - iggy Feb 27, 2019

    The magic around is this series is starting to wane. It's a shame really, I do believe the story that King wants to tell does have a place, but it just isn't working for me and from what I can tell about the larger comics community, it isn't gelling with them either. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Feb 27, 2019

    Even though I have been enjoying this series, this issue has diluted the fun somewhat. Never the quickest writer to tell the story or get from A to B, King is stretching this out to an almost Doomsday Clock pace. I suspect that this issue may have started out as a one-shot that maybe the powers that be thought “how many Gnarrk fans will buy this book?” and realised that it would need to be pigeonholed into the main narrative. Maybe this is an issue that was meant to be part of the narrative from the get go. Whichever is the correct cause for this book, the quality is a significant drop from previous issues. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Feb 27, 2019

    We'll see where the next few issues take us but this feels like a distraction. An added on issue that in the end it's unsure as to what exactly to do with. It's bloat that shifts the tone and focus of the story and not for the better. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Mar 2, 2019

    The characterization remains strong, but this issue of Heroes in Crisis focuses more on the obtuse, manufactured vagueness of the mystery than in actually telling its story. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Feb 28, 2019

    DC is swindling readers out of $4 of their hard earned money in return for an issue consisting of nothing at all. There is absolutely zero reason for any ready to fork over their money for Heroes in Crisis #6. I would only recommend this issue to the most die-hard Tom King fans. For everyone else, steer well clear of this issue. Read Full Review

  • 3.5
    Batman-News - Joshua McDonald Feb 27, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis #6 is nothing more than a continuation of Tom King's self-indulgence. There was potential for Heroes in Crisis, but that appears to have been abandoned for a murder mystery that King is incapable of actually writing. It's honestly embarrassing. Each month it's becoming more and more clear that there's no story here, and I'm done defending King's blatant disrespect for characters and readers. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Hussein Wasiti Feb 27, 2019

    Gerads' art is amazing, as he stretches his artistic muscles and works his pages in a way that I haven't seen him do perhaps since his PUNISHER run. His figure-work and colouring is amazing. It can he hampered by an extraordinary amount of works, which is uncharacteristic of King's usual writing style. Does spending a vast amount of time reading a single page constitute as a bang for your buck? Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Feb 27, 2019

    I'm not even sure the wait for the trade approach works here as it's hard to see Heroes in Crisis delivering a satisfying conclusion at this point to justify its story. Sure the reveal might be surprising, but all the filler in between has made for a taxing and frustrating event. Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway Feb 27, 2019

    Pretentious garbage. You might enjoy it if you've never read a comic before, and will never read another comic again. Read Full Review

  • 1.0
    Comic Watch - Cody White Feb 27, 2019

    I have rated this book as low as I have in order to ensure it stays an outlier on the various sites that compile reviews. In reality, my aggregate score would be somewhere around a 5/10 but I acknowledge that the most looked at reviews tend to be the lowest and the highest and I want this review to be looked at because of the issues addressed here. Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    Nihilist Feb 27, 2019

    If you've heard of Heroes in Crisis, you should already know pefectly it's bad. There's nothing controversial about stating this fact - it may have been when issue #1 came out, but since then, everyone came to realization that, yeah, it's just a piss-poor excuse for a giant comic event as captivating and entertaining as Captain Marvel's movie trailers.

    This issue is maybe even worse than ts predecessors - and excuse me, but I won't read them again to find out whether this thesis is correct or not. Why may it be worse, you ask? Because nothing, and I mean literally NOTHING happens in this book. It's one thing to write a nihilistic, hopeless story, and completely different to write something that is so nihilistic, it's just two doz more

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  • 2.0
    myconius Feb 27, 2019

    the only plus i can see is that this garbage event is almost over.

    Eisner awards must be pretty worthless if they just hand them to any clown.

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  • 1.0
    SnakeWilson Feb 27, 2019

    more unnecessary filler
    and more characters depressed for the sake of being depressed
    (yeah, i know, wally was sad after flash war but during major parts of dc rebirth he was fine, show him living some of the events again but depressed is a waste of time)

  • 3.5
    waltgator93 Feb 27, 2019

    Most times than not, the characters we’ve seen at sanctuary, the emotions I should be feeling aren’t there! Literally feels like it’s just a waste of space! Not fan of the artwork and dialogue is eh okay. No clue who Gnarrk is so felt nothing for him. Story itself, kind of boring.

  • 2.5
    DarkProdigy Feb 27, 2019

    This issue so bad it makes me never want to read comics again

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  • 2.0
    YourGreenMuse Feb 27, 2019

    Yeah, I'm pretty much done with this series. I mean, I'll read the last three issues, but as far as giving any sort of a shit, it's been eked out by this issue. This is very clearly one of the extra issues they added. I don't know what's worse, that these were going to originally be sold as tie-ins that add nothing or that they're now in the core series, still adding nothing. There's no revelations here. It's a repeat of issue three. Harley was the killer there, Booster is the killer here. None of this will actually matter in the end. Throwaway lines in the previous issues gave us any pertinent information. I'm happy to see King flex his smarty muscles with Gnarrk. My nephew is also learning about philosophy right now. They're both growing more

  • 1.0
    Hi! I'm TP Feb 27, 2019

    Filler of a filler issue.
    If #5 was a filler issue, #6 is a filler of the previous issues. Without spoiling (ha!) anything we get a few different perspectives on previous events but no plot. Somewhere down the line King forgot that both Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn have degrees and Harley is a physician psychiatrist and a psychologist and talk about mental health issues like they've first heard the term.
    The book is trying desperately to appear smarter than it is. And as in "The Emperor's New Clothes" hardcore supporters of it are desperately trying to make it look like there's some deeper subtext that us peasants "just don't get it". Combined with one of DC's most aggressive promotional strategies (Buy this book or we will waterb more

  • 4.5
    JordanT4021 Feb 27, 2019

    Fans of this series may also enjoy:
    - watching paint dry
    - watching grass grow
    - a timely resolution to Brexit

    The level to which this series has been drawn out is just ridiculous. 2/3 the way through and we’re no further forward with this completely lacklustre mystery.

    One of the few interesting elements in this issue is the Harley/Ivy dynamic. There’s definitely a believable connection there. But why are we sacrificing any true development for Poison Ivy when everyone is already fully aware of Harley and her past? It doesn’t make sense for Ivy to be admitted for treatment at sanctuary, then to not actually receive any because she’s helping Harley deal with an already tended to problem. Also, s more

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  • 2.0
    MKW69 Feb 27, 2019

    They try so much to be artistic, that it hurts.

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  • 4.0
    RBL Feb 27, 2019

    Pointless issue. Achieves nothing but adding more plot holes and names to the body count, it does not advance the story. I was bored reading it and I could not find anything in it that left me with any interest in reading issue 7. I would not recommend anyone purchase it, read if you must but you can ignore it and will not miss out on anything.

    Gnarrk is by far the best part of the issue as he questions how civilization has impacted him and weighs in the benefits of his simple life as a caveman and that of his new life in modern society. Interesting to be sure, but not of particular relevance to the story.

    Harley Quinn is present in Sanctuary unclear if she is a patient or snuck in to be with Poison Ivy. Either way as more

  • 2.0
    Darkseid24 Feb 27, 2019

    Filler describes this issue the best. Nothing happens, what we not already know. Instead of seeing Batman& the other two solve the crime we again see some flashbacks.
    Even so Im not a Wally fan, but his flashbacks were the best part of this issue.

    The scenes with Ivy& Harley were just awful! How long will this victimization of Harley Quinn last? It’s just terrible to read. So of course she still blames Joker& she& Ivy are using Sanctuary just to show Harley how innocent she is. Yeah tell that to the children she killed out of fun, even so Joker wasn’t even around. This could actually fit her, if DC didn’t try so hard to portray her as a hero/ good girl, who just fell for the wrong guy. Makes me hate Harley Quinn, even more

  • 2.5
    Nightmare of Solomon Feb 27, 2019

    Let's shit on wally!

  • 2.0
    KFuqua Feb 27, 2019

    It really is time for DC to get rid of Tom King. His books are just awful.

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  • 10
    Andrea D’Alò Feb 26, 2019

    This issue was so good, Tom King writes a story that’s has a lot of “point of view” and he humanizes characters.
    Gerads does a great work, he’s one of the best artist right now.

  • 2.0
    Afre Feb 27, 2019

    Umm, what just happened?

    I'm not confused because of the plot. Moreso because of the lack of plot. Why does Gnarkk have so important role right now? WHat did it add to the plot?

    The sudden focus to Wally, Harley and Gnarkk is mindblowing. In a very bad way. They are sad, traumatic, very sad, more traumatic, cry, so deep, oh no.

    Yes, Wally has every reason to be sad. Harley too. I don't know who Gnarkk is and I'm just confused why King focuses on him now. He did the same with Kite-Man (in War of Jokes and Riddles), but Kite-Man was important to the story. Gnarkk deosn't seem to be. Harley's problems come way too late and I still don't understand why now. These could be good as a separate tie-in issues, but th more

  • 1.0
    SONOFBATMANN Feb 28, 2019

    "A whole universe. Even me. Like we were reborn. But how can you be reborn without...How does it matter without..."

    The character assassination of Wally West continues! In this issue, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy enjoy a romantic encounter, while Gnarrk the caveman recites Yeats and Plato!

    Just more filler garbage. I also find it very amusing that King needs to justify himself on Twitter every time this book comes out.

    Wally West is turned into a pouting wimp, who instead of pursuing a relationship with the Linda Park that exists in this universe, decides to self deprecate. This issue destroys the heart of Rebirth, ruining the fresh start that got King his acclaim in the first place.

    Congrats Tom K more

  • 2.0
    SomeDummy Mar 1, 2019

    Dont even bother to pirate it

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  • 10
    Aussie Dad Mar 2, 2019

    Sadly it seems readers fall into two categories. There are some who want to do no work, seek threadbare stories with gratuitous violence and repeat the experience over and over. That's probably why they see comics as purely a visual medium, that is about the art, the colour, the implied movement. It's like a steady diet of purely action blockbusters. The other group of readers want great stories presented in a graphic form. The stories may be complex, they may take time to develop, they may anger the reader and at times they may be difficult to understand. The comics themselves may explore characters from a different perspective, even an uncomfortable perspective as seen in Heroes in Crisis. Personally I am in awe of Tom King and Mitch Ger more

  • 9.0
    TK9-Sorryk9omg Feb 27, 2019

    With 3 issues remaining I feel this issue does a great job with Harley and ivy. Definitely not as much action in this but it really shows off Harley and Ivy relationship. I'm definitely looking forward to the next issue.

  • 9.0
    bucswin611 Mar 6, 2019

    This is absolutely the issue I had been waiting for. Gerads is typically great. The stories of the three characters are compelling in their own ways. King appears to be channeling his jilted idealism heading into military service.

  • 7.5
    Samuel Almeida Feb 27, 2019

    Ill start by saying that every single Gnarrk moment was pure gold. I didnt know the character, but he seems amazing. I shouldnt even have to say anything about the art. Its Mitch Gerads! I spent a full minute admiring the Gnarrk lying in a mammoth page. So beautiful!

    Now the questions.
    Alright. So, Wally is suspicious, and Booster shoots him. Both killers, maybe? Harley was inside of the simulator room, but then, she appears as coming from outside the sanctuary. So, is the simulator room outside of the sanctuary or inside?
    We know that the dead Wally is five minutes older. So, how is this happening? When Wally hears the emergency alert, is he running? Like, is he inside the speed force? He says "Wait. Slow down.". Who more

  • 5.5
    Linkush Feb 27, 2019

    "I'M... BOOOOOORED!"
    ye I agree, Harley.

    When I heard King and Gerads are going to collaborate again I was excited, I like the combination of these two but sadly this time around only Gerads delivered.

    Literally, almost nothing happened in this issue except in the end when we got some clue to who the killer is but anything else leading up to this point was just a whole lot of nothing. I knew this issue was supposed to be more focused on the PTSD part of the event but still, even then, King didn't explore that subject that much.

    I'm disappointed. This event, in my opinion, started so well but ever since issue 3 it's been going downhill. I really hope King will surprise me but I'm starting to lose hope.

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  • 4.0
    Kaseladen Feb 27, 2019

    I'd rate those lower but at least the art is nice.

    This issue offered nothing to the story, which has barely progressed since it started to begin with. It wants to be deep and thought provoking, but fails at every turn. It even pretty much asserts that Wally has been depressed since he returned, which is a pretty big contradiction for anyone that read his stories.

    The sooner this is over the better. I'll avoid Tom King like the plague moving forward.

  • 4.0
    ohhaimark Mar 2, 2019


    -Utterly fantastic art. If you read my reviews, you already know this.

    -The first and last pages were great. Those were some of the only parts that were able to garner an emotional response from me.

    -I liked Wally's story. Yeah, it was kind of a repeat of Issue 3, but this whole issue is basically the sequel to issue 3.

    -There was a nice little twist at the end there.

    THE BAD:

    -This issue was boring. Like really, really boring. I wasn't just mildly disinterested, I was actually looking forward to when I could finish this issue and move on to better issues. Which is weird, because there wasn't really any exposition, it was just a boring story.

    -The lack more

  • 1.5
    The-MJP Mar 1, 2019

    Oh tom king, it’s cute how you think you know anything about mental health or the DC Universe.

    Stop pretending to care about comics, I know some easily offended whiny feminazis who care more about comics than you do

    I mean you have to try to give this much of a middle finger to the fanbase, (word of advice, fans are never wrong)

    Tom Taylor, the guy who wrote X-men red is officially the better comic book Tom, at least X-men red didn’t kill of 90% of a ten favorite team

    Also I’m pretty sure Stan Smith from American dad is a better CIA agent than you

    Man that feels so good to let out

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  • 9.5
    DSMister Mar 18, 2019

    I'll be honest. A lot of people who are criticizing this particular issue seem to complain that the arc is moving too slowly. Just a reminder that this issue isn't plot driven: it's character driven. Yes, I'll admit, this whole series is, overall, plot-driven. But two of the issues were supposed to drive into the characters, and I think 3 and 6 were meant to do that.

    So let's talk about the characterizations. First off, I love the deeper look into Gnarrk. It's very poetic and artistic. It speaks of a simpler time, and how ultimately, society took over. For him, it's dragging. It puts him in chains. But then, he wonders if the old times are any better. Ultimately, there is no answer. It's choosing between worrying about death and more

  • 9.0
    Fastest Archer Alive Mar 8, 2019

    The bad reviews on here still don’t seem to understand the difference between “plot-driven” and “character-driven.” This issue was all character, and showed more of what Wally and Harley were going through, as well as give a barbarian hunter named Gnaark a spotlight. It’s beautiful, thanks to the revealing dialogue and the amazing art that still hasn’t let up.

    Heroes In Crisis is living up to its idea: to show that these heroes/villains have all undergone psychological trauma, and they all need some sort of emotional support. It’s not depressing just to be depressing. If you care more about mindless explosions and a typical “point A to Point B” story, this isn’t for you. But if you like the idea of humanizin more

  • 7.5
    SloboSOY Mar 2, 2019

    I don't know about this one. He stale too much. Grarrk was a little boring. Even Wally is a little annoying. But I really dig the relationship between harley & Pamela (Does that mean Poison Ivy is dead too ?)

    Cover - I take the variant. Not related but so nice. 1/2
    Writing - Maybe King could have give a little something more. 2/3
    Arts - I really dig the arts. So beautifull. 3/3
    Feeling - I wait for the last issue. That will be there that we could really judge this book. 2/2

  • 7.0
    mrDovydas Mar 1, 2019

    I did not mind this issue, even if it was a one huge filler - I believe this will read very naturally in collected edition. I've read that Tom King intended to have the main story be 7 issues long, with two separate tie-in issues, but the plans changed and the tie-ins became part of the main story. This would be a much better story if the editorial would have sticked with that, as the main story is already as slow as it can be even without these filler issues. As for this issue, Gerads' artwork was as beautiful as ever, although the story did not show anything new - just the same things we've been seeing for the past 6 issues now - characters crying and being extra depressed about something. I hope the next issue picks up the pace as it's n more

  • 6.5
    egon244 Feb 27, 2019

    "What does a vegan zombie eat?"

    A new month, so a new issue of Heroes in Crisis is here to divide people into those who hate it: "because it has bad characterizations"; "because it mocks mental health" or "because it hates women" and into those few who "dare" to like it.

    I think this issue is better than the last few. It still has the same one, major, problem the others had. The story did not move even an inch. It's still basically in the same place as it was after the second issue. That's, well... it's not the best.
    There's also this one, super pretentious, line form Tattooed Man and a little bit of Tom King's dialogue where you have the word "know" like four times in one sentence. But those two are small things more

  • 2.5
    Spacey Medicine Mar 11, 2019

    This comic is showing once again that hard lean onto freshman philosophy and quotes that makes reading it feel like a chore. It’s kind of lame that we’re getting these flashbacks to characters that are already dead, as if that’s going to make me feel bad about them being dead. I’m not going to get emotionally attached to them, Tom King. I will not weep for them. They are already dead.

  • 2.0
    JBL Reviews Mar 2, 2019

    Another issue with absolutely no answers, not great art and another issue I feel I could completely skip and not even realize it when issue 7 comes out. Pointless.

  • 9.0
    TheAdventurer Feb 27, 2019

    Another amazing issue.

  • 8.0
    Comix4fever Feb 28, 2019

    I think the killer is one of the Sanctuary robots.... or the butler.

  • 7.5
    Venom2796 Feb 28, 2019

    Just going to leave this link here. Read it if you want but it gave me a different perspective on this series (which I have been liking anyway.)


  • 7.0
    mynameisraj Feb 26, 2019

    This was frustrating.

    I enjoy the tidbits about Gnark and we got "clues" about who the Sanctuary Killer is but this issue dragged when it wasn't on Wally or Gnark. Then we got another curveball with Booster at the end.

    I'm confident King can nail the landing but this is the issue that was genuinely the most frustrating.

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  • 7.0
    GTMedia Reviews Mar 13, 2019

    At first read, I was going to rant on this issue. It was late and the story didn't really go anywhere but I read it again this morning and although I didn't like the book it's not as bad as Initially thought. 

    The issue follows Harley Quinn, The Flash (Wally West), and Gnarrk. The comic works as a collection of characters dealing with trauma. There isn't much action at all this issue so the book is a pretty bland affair. The tone of the issue extends to the art and everything about the comic seems off. It's not that Mitch and Clay's art is bad at any point in the issue, it's just not the most exciting either.

    Gnarrk is dealing with being a man out of time. Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy connect over her past more

  • 6.0
    DDJamesB Mar 4, 2019

    The art is the best part of all the books. The story.... not so much.

  • 5.5
    Rick Jonez Feb 27, 2019

    Bored. Not clear who is dead at this point. Does this 'first' Gold/Harley encounter preceed the first issue but follows all the confessionals we've see. This has got me serially screwed up so far.

  • 5.5
    Question Everything Mar 19, 2019

    I didn't think this story could get more confusing...I was wrong

  • 5.0
    gusresm Feb 27, 2019

    Definitely not as bad as some of the previous issues. A bit pretentious and verbose. I don’t see who the plot was advanced in anyway. The art is solid but not the best of Gerad’s work.

  • 5.0
    Zahi_o Feb 27, 2019

    love Gerards but overall this is the weakest of the series so far

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    Wally West Aug 15, 2019

    Wally West sends his regards.

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    Radar Mar 2, 2019

  • 7.5
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  • 7.0
    sebastianorellana95 Feb 27, 2019

  • 7.0
    ActionCity Feb 27, 2019

  • 7.0
    Jonny1998 Mar 3, 2019

  • 7.0
    #DontGiveDivasAChance Mar 6, 2019

  • 7.0
    Andrew Aug 10, 2019

  • 7.0
    Críticas Crónicas Oct 6, 2019

  • 6.0
    Jason The Dude Feb 27, 2019

  • 6.0
    Watchtower022 Feb 27, 2019

  • 6.0
    Sergione Apr 30, 2019

  • 6.0
    The 20-issue Ceiling Jul 3, 2019

  • 5.5
    hebele Feb 27, 2019

  • 5.0
    Russellmaniaxxx Mar 3, 2019

  • 5.0
    ICC Sep 25, 2019

  • 4.0
    Jorge Mendes Feb 27, 2019

  • 1.0
    Something Feb 26, 2019

  • 1.0
    ryaleus Feb 27, 2019

  • 1.0
    Nicetrylaoche Feb 27, 2019

  • 1.0
    Ordinary Joe Mar 2, 2019

  • 1.0
    Bloodraven Mar 4, 2019

  • 1.0
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  • 1.0
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