Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #6

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #6

Writer: Amy Reeder, Brandon Montclare Artist: Natacha Bustos Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 27, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 6
9.2Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

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•  The KILLER FOLK have the NIGHTSTONE, the key to curing Lunella's INHUMAN gene!
•  LUNELLA LAFAYETTE must decide between saving her new best friend...or saving her own humanity!
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  • 9.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Lauren Bullock Apr 28, 2016

    Prepare yourself, however, for another gut-wrenching cliff hanger at the very end. I won't give anything away, but I will say I am totally at a loss for what the future might hold for any of our characters in issue #7. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comicosity - Allen Thomas Apr 28, 2016

    Having an all-ages comic in a Big Two roster is a big deal, and Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #6 delivers with not only an important form of representation but an engaging story that conveys youth, fun, and emotional complexity. Lunella is at her bravest in this issue, but there are some really important scenes involving her mother and Devil Dinosaur as well that highlight the shining moments of the story. If youve been keeping up, this is the issue you need to read from cover to cover, as it brings the story to a place both we and our main character has feared, but that will drive the plot in unexpected and entertaining ways. Read Full Review

  • 9.0 May 6, 2016

    I understand that Moon Girl’s mom was very emotional in the middle of this issue when the Killer Folk attacked Moon Girl at her school, but i found it a bit odd that her mom wanted to just take her home. like, don’t go back to school and pretend to be normal… even though that’s all we’ve harped about for this whole story, come home with me. i did appreciate that Moon Girl stood up and made her intentions to solve the Killer Folk and Devil Dinosaur problem known, and that there are things more important that Inhuman DNA (like being a human girl with thoughts, feelings and ideas all your own). Time to get in a bit of spoiler territory- so **SPOILERS** seeing Moon Girl finally get back the Kree Omni Wave Projector, only to have the Terrigen Mists hit was a prosaic, if not poignant way to end things for this story, seeing her succumb to the thing she thought was avoidable. knowing that some things are, in fact, inescapable was something that i think will make Moon Girl grow up quite a bit. I really have no idea where this story will go from here, mostly because the cover tease for next issue shows Moon Girl still in her inhuman cocoon, and that we don’t know how the mists will have changed her, or what will happen when Moon Girl 2.0 faces down the Killer Folk (because, lets be honest- she isn’t going to let them just run free in New Jersey, even though thats basically where they belong). This was a really fun, and very heartfelt story, and this first arc was very good as a whole. i am intrigued to see where this book goes from here, though to be honest, i half assumed that it would end with this issue- i am glad it doesn’t stop now.

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