Annihilator #6

Annihilator #6

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Frazer Irving Publisher: Legendary Comics Release Date: June 24, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 5
9.4Critic Rating
7.7User Rating

The final chapter of the epic Annihilator saga! Ray may be on the run with a creation of his own imagination, but the danger they face is all too real. Galactic fugitive Max Nomax brings the wrath of an almighty cosmic enforcer crashing down on them. All will be revealed as the darkest secrets of Nomax's past finally come to light. With death looming large, can Ray survive long enough to save the universe - or will he completely lose his mind?

  • 10
    Multiversity Comics - Keith Dooley Jun 29, 2015

    The conclusion to "Annihilator," like the miniseries' previous issues, is an example of the power and possibility of the comic book medium. Both words and art are flawlessly entwined and is an example of two storytellers working in harmonious unison. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 25, 2015

    What initially seemed like a fairly by-the-numbers (for Grant Morrison, anyway) tale of meta-science fiction has grown steadily more ambitious and mind-bending over time. This finale is wonderfully weird and emotionally satisfying, while managing to veer away from becoming overly sappy or sentimental in the final pages. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    ComicWow!TV - Bhavna Bakshi Jun 26, 2015

    This series is definitely worth the read, but must be read with a clear mind, in order to soak in all the weirdness and uniqueness of it. It has a very non-commercial aesthetic, and an intense script. Pick it up as soon as possible, and enjoy! Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Big Brother Jun 26, 2015

    This made a helluva lot more sense then I expected it to, and it was a good read. Fans of Morrison will recognize this as well-trod territory, but that doesn't detract from its unique qualities.

  • 3.0
    tacobongo Jul 29, 2015

    I'm honestly not sure of the last time I hated something by a creative team that I like as much as I hated this. This book was pretentious, even for GMo, and far too on-the-nose with its commentary on the creative process. It reveled far too much in the genre conventions it was trying to parody--or at least I hope that it was trying to parody them, because otherwise there's no excuse for how over-the-top and awful this book is. I usually like GMo, but this was him indulging all his worst tendencies.

  • 9.5
    Blurbwhore Jun 28, 2015

  • 9.0
    Serverarbengan Sep 5, 2015

  • 8.5
    Redeadhood Jul 14, 2015

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