Imperium #6

Writer: Joshua Dysart Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Valiant Comics Release Date: July 1, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 5
8.5Critic Rating
8.7User Rating

"BROKEN ANGELS" - PART 2!
Whatever other-dimensional horrors have besieged Angela Peace Baingana to transform her into the humanoid monster called Broken Angel...Toyo Harada needs her!

Possessed of the most brilliant scientific mind on this planet-even if it's not her own-the woman called Peace is poised to single-handedly secure Harada's vision of global salvation... he just has to destroy everything in his way to get her. The underwater smash-and-grab heist of BROKEN ANGELS crashes into an unbelievable battle!

  • 10
    Herotaku - Frankie Rodriguez Jun 29, 2015

    There is just so much going for this book. There is strong characterization, advancing plotlines, stunning art and a unique theme. Harada's need to change the world by force is becoming such a strong draw for characters who have no problem getting their hands dirty. Yet, Dysart shows that these beings are together to fulfill Harada's goal ... yet, what they all want out of it is one of the biggest draws of the book.This books continues to be amazing how it can bring people that a majority of them are pretty much the scum of the Earth, but still be an entertaining, compelling read " month after month. This is how comics showed be. Making you question yourself and these characters as human beings, their beliefs and the actions you and they take. And this book does this often. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Hulking Reviewer - Kareem Ali Jul 1, 2015

    Imperium #6 isis an adrenaline pumping issue that doesn't sacrifice it's intriguing storyline or entertaining character development. From the start of this issue to its exciting, and surprising, ending I was glued to the edge of my seat anxiously awaiting what was coming next. Broken Angel's motives fit into Harada's plans in a good way, and I have a greater appreciation of every character in this story arc. Every issue seems to get better and this one is no exception. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    The Broken Infinite - Frank Rodriguez Jun 29, 2015

    There is just so much going for this book. There is strong characterization, advancing plotlines, stunning art and a unique theme. This books continues to be amazing how it can bring people that a majority of them are pretty much the scum of the Earth, but still be an entertaining, compelling read " month after month. This is how comics showed be. Making you question yourself and these characters as human beings, their beliefs and the actions you and they take. And this book does this often. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Bounding Into Comics - John F. Trent Jul 5, 2015

    Valiant Comics and Joshua Dysart continue to deliver an excellent story with Imperium #6. It is action packed, but still manages to capture character moments and even exposes Harada in a different light as he finds himself weakened and even mentally challenged at parts in this issue. There were only a couple of minor errors that can be easily overlooked because this book was just plain enjoyable. If you aren't pulling this one, you should. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Nerds Unchained - Jeremy Radick Jul 2, 2015

    Still, this book continues to be one of the most engrossing and consistently enjoyable titles Valiant is putting out, and the creative team deserves a ton of accolades for creating such an interesting storyline chock full of captivating and complex characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Jul 1, 2015

    As for Angela Peace Baingana itself, you have to love what is going on with this character when this body has no power to fear. No powers, gadgets, fighting skills. Just a really smart brain and somehow that is the most lethal weapon we have come across thus far. As stated before, Angela Peace Baingana's perspective on the conflict is what grabs you more than anything else. It sees more than just the greed or power. “Peace” sees opportunity which leads to some humorous quips during what you'd expect to be a serious situation. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Infinite Comix - Daniel Gehen Jun 29, 2015

    Even as the pacing of the story and clarity of the art waver slightly at times, the emotional core of the issue remains intact. It's a testament to writer Joshua Dysart and artist Scot Eaton's ability to manipulate the readers' emotions and sense of trust over the course of 20 pages. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    Multiversity Comics - Ken Godberson III Jul 3, 2015

    However, the team does rise to the occasion when they're depicting Harada's mind scan/mind meld thingy. Reber's use of golds and reds to depict the poor Center Point's current mental state is heartbreaking and cringing. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Aaron Halverson Jul 4, 2015

    The story continues to be hypnotic as we learn the history of the utopia presented in the first issue. The exact mechanics of that utopia are interesting in figuring out how what is unfolding currently in the story will result in the final product that is already established. There is vast grey area here with questions like "Do the ends justify the means?" and "How far is too far when creating an ideal world?" and it's an area where good people do good things for the wrong reasons and bad people do good things for the right reason. Ultimately it will be interesting to see just how many bodies that utopia is built on. Read Full Review

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