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3.38 stars 3.38/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews
The title pretty much explains this entire book. While issue 1 was really good, it still lacked a certain something. Issues 2 and 3 made up for whatever it is it lacked with a war between two guys who are both the best at whatever it is they do. Issue 4 is the conclusion, and boy does it conclude. People seem to hate this issue for some reason but I enjoyed it, even if it ripped off a few things from popular movies. I enjoyed the many twists and turns this issue took. I'm not going to spoil an...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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I think this was a book first intended to shock people, showing an extreme act or pack of senselles violence just because the person responsible for all of it was bored, in this case, rich and bored. I must admit that this message of shock, of outrageous and insanity really came through, especially after the weird experiences that Nemesis put Morrow´s daughter and family through. Nonetheless this book does deliver an incredible amount of violence, pure and simple shoot to kill, don´t matter who ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The final part of NEMESIS' story, but is it really the end? The GoodFlatline still counts. All the issues are epic, but this one is the best! However, I think it's because of how Millar weaves and tells the tale of Nemesis that eventually builds up and makes this last issue of volume 1 so awesome! Everything ends here, and it couldn't have ended anyway better! We get closure for Nemesis and Blake in two different ways. Ways that I will not spoil cause this series is just too great to spoil for y...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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