Powers #30

Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Oct 21, 2008

    This issue is really well done, taking the reader along with a dazed Deena as she almost sleepwalks through a series of events that wrap up the plotline she's been in for lord only knows how long, leaving her better off in some ways, but still haunted (oooh, cliche counter clicks on that one) by the past and her own secrets. I am happy to see Deena back from the edge, but the realization that she really did kill Royale (one of the series long-running questions) as well as the complete meltdown of the Internal Affairs cop (who got fired for basically being in the wrong place at the right time, AND was correct in her suspicions about Deena's unlawful activities) surprised the hell out of me. The moments between Pilgrim and Christian (hey, I just got that!) were extremely well-handled, and Oeming's art was it's usual self, managing to be amazingly expressive while keeping the cartoony stylization that makes this book stand out. Bendis has made announcements indicating that Powers wi Read Full Review

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