Storm Dogs #6

Storm Dogs #6

Writer: David Hine Artist: Doug Braithwaite, Ulises Arreola Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 10, 2013 Critic Reviews: 3
8.7Critic Rating
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Season one builds to a tragic climax as the team discovers that everything they thought they knew about Amaranth is a lie.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Steve Paugh Jul 10, 2013

    As much as I've been enjoying it, I honestly never thought that Storm Dogs would be able to transcend its upper-midcard status to land a five out of five, but I guess that makes me the asshole. This issue acts like a chest separator, ripping open everything Hine has been picking away at, to show you the beautiful complexity of its viscera. This 5/5 is very well deserved, and happily given. If you haven't been following this book, you should change your mind, if for no other reason than to get here. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Read Comic Books - Cody Mudge Jul 10, 2013

    Doug Braithwaite maintained the level of quality in his art from the first page to the last. Whether the scene called for touching personal moments, grandeur science-fiction, alien landscapes or explosive action, his ability to render any and all in breath-taking fashion never ceases to amaze. The plot is damn exciting in its own right, but Braithwaite adds even more power to the story as his visuals carry you through the ever complicated Amaranth.Storm Dogsis well on its way to becoming one of the definite science-fiction series in comic books, there simply aren't many others that are as explosive, imaginative or downright deadly as this one. Move overProphet and Saga there's another sci-fi great moving in next door. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Bloody Disgusting - Your Friendly Neighborhood Brady Jul 12, 2013

    Like I said, if this is the end of Storm Dogs, it's a big slam on the brakes and a swerve of the wheel. As far as I can tell, Image is calling this thing “season one”, which leads me to believe that they are following the British TV model. It would be nice if they clarified this one, but it seems like the creators will get a little more road to reach the end of their tale. Read Full Review

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