Nyx #5

Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Marc Borstel Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 16, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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It's all led up to this! Nyx has been weathering the struggle between her human and demon sides for the past four issues... (not to mention her entire life), and by the time this one's over, she'll have found an answer...or she'll be dead! Probably at the hands of her father, the Mad God Chaos, who has whipped himself into shape after being a bit of a mess in issue #2 and is once again an unstoppable force of the universe. Has our story so far given Nyx anything that can save her, or has it all been a pointless journey of excessive drinking and violence? Like the meme says...why not both?

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 22, 2022

    Nyx has been the little series that has surpassed expectations pretty solidly with what it does. This storyline wraps up in what feels like an appropriate place instead of trying to extend things for another issue and that's definitely a huge plus. Gage gives us a solidly confident Nyx while at the same giving us the kind of Mad God that you can just hear that right voice for and know that he's got a good sense of humor that's quick to anger. I love the way this unfolds overall and it has me curious to see how far down the path Nyx will go with her plans. It's definitely a lot of fun that looks and reads well, making for an appealing experience for readers and myself. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Connor Casey Mar 16, 2022

    Much like Nyx #2, the latest issue gets back to hitting its stride by mixing the fantastical (demons, god kings, the hierarchy of Hell) with painful realities (abusive relationships between parents and their children). Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Mar 16, 2022

    NYX #5 is generally a fine issue that encompasses one scene promising big things down the road. That said, its effectively one conversation, so whether or not you feel like youll get your moneys worth is up to you. Regardless, the art is great, and if nothing else, youll love the visuals. Read Full Review

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