Cyber Force #7

Cyber Force #7

Writer: Marc Silvestri Artist: Marco Turini, Stjepan Sejic Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 6, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
7.3Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

Killjoy has been released. But who should fear her most? The newly reformed Cyber Force, or her creators?

  • 8.0
    Imagination Centre - John McCubbin Nov 6, 2013

    Silvestri does a brilliant job of retelling Killjoy's origin in a fresh and interesting fashion, adding a lot of excitement and mystery to this issue. The issue would also be very new reader friendly, as although it would probably be better for people who read the first part, it is easy enough to pick the series up from this issue without getting confused. Due to all this I'd highly recommend this issue and can't wait to read the next, and will try and get the back issues to read in the meantime. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Nov 7, 2013

    Cyber Force #7 is another prime example why this universe is still one worth following. It may not evolve the franchise but there's still plenty to love, as it earns a recommendation. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Erik McAlister Nov 7, 2013

    Anyway, that's just my opinion. So in closing, I just want to reiterate that I liked this issue. I like the series in general, but I do have some concerns as you can see. I suggest that you give issue six a read if you haven't already, and then go pick this up. If you want to follow a series that is a lot of fun and full of pretty cool stuff, look no further. Just don't expect anything too grand. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Images Unplugged Nov 9, 2013

    Review (Originally Posted on Images Unplugged) Cover & Solicit 4/5 This issues cover is drawn by the awesome Marc Silvestri. It depicts Ripclaw in the final clings of live as he reaches out for his already dead family. Art, Colors & Inking 4/5 Like last issue, the art was done by Marco Turini (Squadron Supreme, Ant Unleashed) who took over for Marc Silvestri. Marco's art again has me on the fence. The characters look good, and he draws the techno-cybernetics great but there seems to be a lack of detail. I'm also not a fan of the coloring done by both Andy Troy (Spawn, Wolverine Origins) in this issue. For a lot of the issue the colors came off really dark, while other times the colors vivid and well done. I had a really hard time telling the time of day in the issue because of this, in one scene it was bright but in another it seemed overpowered by shadows and ark colors. While it seems like I don't like the art it's not horrible and still very appealing. Layout & Flow 5/5 I really appreciate that Top Cow takes the time to put in the little previous issue pages. While yes it does take one page away from the comic it helps not only new readers get involved but also everyone else as this is a bi-monthly title, meaning it's been a whole month since we last read issue 7. The pacing throughout was great and easy to follow. I enjoyed how this issue slowed down a little bit and provided more backstory and information on the characters, considering this a reboot most of their history is completely different from the original Top Cow run. Story 5/5 Marc Silvestri (Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine, The Darkness) still takes on the writing duties for this issue. This issue starts with a flashback to Killjoy's origin and how she is associated with Cyber Data. Marc does a nice job or introducing her new origin, and also shows a history with Ripclaw and how they met t

  • 8.0
    GreyMouser Nov 8, 2013

    An entertaining read that i enjoyed more then i expected. Action and characters outside the box, written well. The art has dropped fro the 1st arc, but still worth the $ overall.

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