Phonogram: The Singles Club #7
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Phonogram: The Singles Club #7

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 10, 2010 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
10Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

Because you demanded it! No, not you. To the left... no, not you either. One more. There you go. You! This issue is for you! It's the long awaited Kid-with-knife solo vehicle. He likes going out. Go with him! You'll like it! Exclamation mark! PLUS! THE SINGLES CLUB rushes to its conclusion with as many back-up stories as Team Phonogram can cram in.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Kyle Garret Feb 12, 2010

    I could go on and, in my head, I have (because I do think a lot). This single issue is the perfect finale, even without the rather sly climax to the story. The pacing is perfect and the artwork is phenomenal and all that does it make it that much more upsetting that this is most likely the last issue of Phonogram well see, as it just doesnt pay for the creators to keep making it. But I have 13 comic books (six issues from the first series, seven issues from the second) sitting on the table in front of me and Im going to submerge myself in this world and just be thankful that it exists at all. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt Feb 11, 2010

    And that, more or less, is it. "Phonogram" was, if nothing else, a reviewer's comic. It had depth, subtlety, and best of all, it had a point it wanted to make. There are valid criticisms you could charge the series with. Perhaps you found it cliquey. Perhaps you found it pretentious. Perhaps you simply thought a story about people in a nightclub wasn't really that interesting. But Phonogram was different, and ambitious, and more often than not, it met its own criteria and then some. It played with storytelling, and with format, and it did it all while looking great and having the kind of dialogue you can quote. Whatever your personal opinion of the series, you have to admit that the shelves will feel much emptier without a new Phonogram to look forward to. Read Full Review

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