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|Title||:||The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 5: Imperial Phase I|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
April 23, 2017
I thought this volume was a little slow and boring but I enjoyed it overall.
The first issue deviates from the usual comic's structure and it's told in a magazine format. There are articles about some of the gods where the gods do photoshoots and give interviews and there's also advertisemen...
June 30, 2017
It's like watching a television show that you really enjoyed in the beginning but now it's the fifth season and you have no idea what's going on but you stick with it because you're in too deep and you want to find out what happens and see it through to the end.
July 01, 2017
The story is so much clearer now than in the first few volumes.
July 19, 2017
Decent. Jamie McKelvie's art honestly never gets boring, its just so amazing to look at! Story wise this was fine, its "Imperial Phase Part 1", the 'Part 1' meaning not really much happens in this one, it just lays ground work for Part 2 where the real story will happen. Never liked the Part 1 &a...
July 03, 2017
Goes in depth into each God's perspective. The extra art is genius and a new battle to fight! Awesomeness
October 16, 2017
I've been going on a bit of a graphic novel/comic reading binge, if you couldn't tell. I'm in the middle of writing my thesis and my eyes have reached a point where they can't tolerate anything with too many words. Hence why I've ignored my currently reading pile to pick up a comic whi...
September 08, 2017
A definite improvement over the previous volume, particularly with the deepening mystery of exactly what Ananke's goals were. The experimental issue that takes the form of a celebrity news magazine is interesting, particularly because the interviews were about as real as an interview with a ficti...
June 16, 2017
Although I liked the idea behind the first issue in this volume, which features magazine-style articles about some of the gods interviewed by real-life journalists, the interviews themselves weren't that interesting to me and I was eager to go back to the usual comic book format. However, the inf...
September 09, 2017
This volume was a bit slow compared to the others, but I love this series so much that I don't care!
August 08, 2017
Uneventful. Quite boring.