Uncanny: Season Two #6

Uncanny: Season Two #6

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: Aaron Campbell Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: September 2, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
8.6Critic Rating
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It all ends here! The final battle begins as Weaver learns how he ties into the secret history of the Source. And not everyone will make it out alive...

  • 9.2
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Jason Graham Sep 2, 2015

    The good points of Uncanny: Season 2 #6 is that this chapter brings to the end a continuing arc over the past two seasons and questions are answered with some nice justice being dealt. The downside is that more questions are asked and new plot threads introduced and the season ends on a potential cliff hanger, so i hope this is an indication of more to come or i will not be happy with Mr Diggle even if he did say on Facebook that he felt like writing something Losers style. Thorough enjoyed season 2 as the book has a nice action adventure feel to it and they characters are more human than stereotypes, although the bad guy is a mean SOB. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 2, 2015

    Uncanny ends by bringing one of the big driving forces of Weaver's story to a close while also having some complicated parental issues left open to deal with. At the same time it changes the nature of the world with a powered booster now out there wanting to experience a world she's been locked away from. There are obvious routes where it can go and that can draw Weaver back in to be sure. Diggle's story works well as a six issue run where it took us through a few different character pieces to get us there but focused heavily on Weaver, which made it pretty accessible over trying to connect with half a dozen characters. The book is one that was certainly fun but also familiar enough that it didn't make it a must-read book for me after this particular season. I've long enjoyed a lot of Diggle's works but this one just felt a little too familiar overall and without enough to really stake out its own territory. Read Full Review

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