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Frankenstein's Freakin' Awesome 0

I really liked last issue so I was hoping that this issue was just as good. I was a bit worried when I saw the Comic Vine review, however I really enjoyed this issue.  THE GOOD: A lot of people won't, but I like the art. It gives the book a special feeling and I think it works really well. I really like the characters from the last issue introduction, here we get to see a bit more up close look on one of them. I really like the feeling of the book. It's really like a monster military and I like ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

No more loss 0

I am still not really sure what to make of this series as a whole.  I guess with this issue is begins with the cover, which is interesting enough, but begs for some explanation, although it seems that it would never be able to explain in the issue itself.  The action inside picks up right where the previous left off, with an explanation sort of hinging on a version of Shirley Jackson's 'The Lottery' wherein children are sacrificed to keep the invading demons at bay.  This launches into a kind of...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

It's A Monster Mash! 0

The Good: The cover is really interesting, and definitely unique. It serves as an example of a J.G. Jones cover done right as opposed to Mr. Terrific's dull one this week. Although Father Time's face seems really off. Frankenstein serves as a superb straight man to all the chaos going on. He's so stoic that his personality grates with just about everyone else in the group without causing too much dissension in the ranks. He's respected, even if I doubt anyone on the team would want to hang out w...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Those aren't called monsters... 0

This book just gets further and further from what it should be. It's not that this books is bad or good, but the clash of themes and the missed opportunity just screams out blandness. It's an interesting thing that happens. We have monsters mixed with superscience mixed and every time you get a bit of a story that might work with it the writer throws something else at your or doesn't explore it enough. The writer of this book is really just trying way too hard. You have monsters. You don't need ...

0 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Hello Sweetie ! 0

Review for Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E #2.The Story: We get Nina Mazursky backstory and the team gets to the monster planet.The Good: Second issue in and Lemire already gives us Nina's backstory wich shows us a very twisted sense of motherhood from Nina and at the same time some set-up for the future. We get little moments of comedy between Frank and Nina when they are fighting the water monsters. Im very much liking Frank as an old timer who mistrusts all technologie because it might fail ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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