C.O.W.L. #6

C.O.W.L. #6

Writer: Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel Artist: Joe Bennett, Rod Reis Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 26, 2014 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 2
8.6Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

NEW STORY ARC! Before he started C.O.W.L., Geoffrey Warner fought for Chicago as the city’s first hero, THE GREY RAVEN! But what started him down the path of crime fighting? Witness the origin of Chicago Superheroes, the War Years, and the formation of C.O.W.L. as told in the sellout issue written by C.O.W.L reporter and comic book writer Randall Winters.

  • 9.0
    Nerds Unchained - MagenCubed Nov 26, 2014

    Overall, C.O.W.L. #6 is a clever issue that uses the aesthetics and storytelling conventions of its setting to deliver is visually fun and thoughtful reading experience. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Marco Piva-Dittrich Nov 27, 2014

    A vintage-style delight Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Multiversity Comics - Jess Camacho Nov 28, 2014

    "C.O.W.L." #6 is not the most "new reader friendly" issue of the series and it does take a break from the action but it is still very good. "C.O.W.L." seems to fly under a lot of people's radar and it's a shame. This has become something special and for my money it's easily one of the best ongoings at Image right now. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Coming Up Comics - David Melton Nov 25, 2014

    Higgins and Siegel are giving us this amazing world they've created and they're allowing every reader to really stretch out and enjoy it. I think this will be a lot of people's favorite issue just based around the creativity of it and the fact that not one detail was spared in making it feel like a real account of a superhero's life. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - John F. Trent Nov 26, 2014

    C.O.W.L. #6 breaks away from the main story Higgins and Siegel have been weaving and introduces a bit of light-heartedness, but also reveals how involved Geoffrey Warner is in shaping his image being portrayed to the people of Chicago. The book takes an innovative look at advertisement placement to great effect and Elsa Charretier's art matches the simple straight-forward fluff piece. Read Full Review

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