DIE!DIE!DIE! #1
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DIE!DIE!DIE! #1

Writer: Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman Artist: Chris Burnham, Nathan Fairbairn Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 11, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 6
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SUPRISE RELEASE! Robert Kirkman’s latest release from Image Comics, Die!Die!Die!. Blood will flow, Bullets will fly and the mayhem will never end, Die!Die!Die! brings all the action you could ever want

  • 10
    Outright Geekery - Aaron Kessel Jul 12, 2018

    Die! Die! Die! is the surprise new title from Robert Kirkman, Scott M. Gimple, and Chris Burnham. The first issue is a black ops, violent story with plenty of heart. Great story and incredible art! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Jul 11, 2018

    If you like violent comic books, then you will likely enjoy this one. There's a story about conspiracies and secret agents, but it all functions as window dressing for the series to reach its title. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jul 11, 2018

    There's a clear reader who will absolutely enjoy this debut issue, fans of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. There's an over the top aspect of it all that desensitizes the violence in a way that makes it comedic. The comic was a surprise for fans and retailers and what's inside too is surprising as it's a departure from Kirkman's other current series. If you like a little bit of ultraviolence to the point of borderline spoof, this is one to check out. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Sequential Planet - Chris Terry Jul 13, 2018

    It might be cheesy and it might be bloody, and that might be your thing. Die!Die!Die! #1 has potential, but we just won't know until the next issue where the story actually begins. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Multiversity Comics - Tom Shapira Jul 12, 2018

    Despite my initial concerns this issue is more than a publication gimmick. The art is definitely the main attractor here, with writing that seems uncertain of its tone and point, but there's enough interesting ideas here to make it worth a read. Read Full Review

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