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FLASH QUESTION: Who killed the first Seven? And can Amethyst stop them from killing the new Secret Seven? 
 
When a scorned enemy reveals the identity of the Secret Seven to the world, it’ll be up to Shade the Changing Man to hold the team together. But as he struggles to lead them, he’ll need to find the confidence to understand his incomplete memories. Otherwise, he may lose grip on reality and turn into a madman–the very kind he intends to stop.

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He Warned You About the Poetry 0

My enjoyment of Secret Seven is closely tied to my love of Peter Milligan's run on Shade the Changing Man, a fact that the second issue of this mini-series made impossible to ignore. Some gaps in storytelling are inevitable when you have seven characters with major personal issues embroiled in a murder mystery, a possible love triangle, and the wider events of Flashpoint. However, I have to admit I'm having a good time trying to imagine how Milligan would have filled them in given the time and s...

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And the rest of the team 0

So here we have it, the second out of three issues of this very special group. Now first issue was focused on Shade and Enchantress/June Moon and their budding relationship. In this issue we are introduced, briefly, to the rest of the team which I will reveal consists of;   Abra Kadabra; disgruntled future man using technology so advanced he appears to have magic powers, but if this issue is anything to go by, he is secretly jealous that he doesn't have real magic powers. Amethyst; 12 year old g...

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