Bedlam #10

Bedlam #10

Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Ryan Browne Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 27, 2013 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
5.3Critic Rating
10User Rating


  • 6.0
    Geeked Out Nation - Ian Yoxon Nov 29, 2013

    Would this comic be great to pick up randomly, no. Would this be a nice chapter for the story, of course. This is a dark series of villain turning good and I love seeing the flashbacks. It's also cool seeing what the characters were like back then while only showing three colours in the flashbacks. All in all I would by the other issues first before buying the current issue or wait till the graphic novel comes out as some people don't want to wait months at a time waiting for the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Hansel Moreno Nov 27, 2013

    "What happen to Madder Red?" has taken a backseat to "Who is Fillmore Press?" and I am happy with what Nick Spencer and team are doing in/to this book. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Nov 27, 2013

    I hope that the next issue is the end of the arc because that's all I have left in me to give this series. If there are two more issues than I might just check out here and save myself the effort. I don't know what happened to this series, but this second arc is just coming across as a watered-down repeat of the first and really who the hell wants to read that? I'm afraid the charm of this series has worn off so if you didn't like the last issue don't bother with this one. If you're in the same boat as me then you might also want to finish this review and check to see how many more issues are left in the arc before giving any more money to it. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Shahriar Mowla Dec 15, 2013

    Apart from the delays between each issue, there is nothing wanting in this series. As the penultimate issue of the second arc comes to a close, we are left in a cliffhanger that will definitely bring the readers to their knees, begging for more. No, honestly. I've been a big fan of this series, especially because it's one of those that's entirely unique in the stands at the moment. Nick Spencer's story of a rehabilitated mass murderer offering his services to the police is certainly gripping. The story starts in the same manner as all the other issues in the second arc: few pages about an incident that occurred twelve years ago. Then we are brought to the present where Fillmore and Ramira charge to apprehend the villain behind the recent mayhem. And from what we have witnessed in the last issue, how is Matt Severin - The First - going to recover from what he has undergone? And from what he has just committed? Spencer's unparalleled work matches brilliantly with Ryan Browne's art. It's not too late to get into this series, the first volume has been out for quite some time now and you can still get all the issues of this thrilling second arc. Definitely a title that deserves its place in your pull list.

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