Read Descender, Vol. 5: Rise of the Robots Online Free - The first major DESCENDER event is here. This is what it has all been building to. The Robot Resistance rises up and tightens it's iron grip n the universe as the origins of The Harvesters are finally revealed and the galaxy is thrown into all out war!
A new chapter of the Sci Fi epic begins here by superstar creators JEFF LEMIRE and DUSTIN NGUYEN
Collects DESCENDER issues #22-26.
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December 27, 2017
La calidad de esta serie de ciencia ficción, en un futuro distópico donde los robots han sido oprimidos por la posibilidad que se rebelen contra los humanos (adiós Tres Leyes de la Robótica) se mantiene constante entre los buenos dibujos de Nguyen y los entretenidos guiones de Lemire. Resulta dí...
January 13, 2018
I wasn't totally satisfied with how this volume was constructed - I'm fine with a major character falling off the map until their story can be told in a less piecemeal fashion, rather than being told in fragments - but this is also one of those volumes that's clearly setting up for shit to go dow...
January 17, 2018
I love this series. The art is unique and the story is engaging and never stale. It’s funny, it’s heartbreaking, and it’s full of twists and turns. I will now patiently wait six months for vol 6
December 14, 2017
By law all robot comics must have a sequence where a robot goes berserk and shouts "KILL-ALL-HUMES!". It's always satisfying and this is no exception. Major story developments in this volume of Descender but also a fair bit of padding out the various scrapes the cast have got themselves into. At...
January 18, 2018
Still one of my top favorites. Like other volumes this is very art driven with less dialogue then other series and you can really blast though a book rather quickly. It leaves you wanting more which can be good and bad. Anyways lots of development in volume 5, the title is a bit of a spoiler so t...
January 03, 2018
¿Qué tiene esta historia que todos sus giros argumentales me gustan y me emocionan?
Qué pedazo "cliffhanger" han dejado para el final del capítulo 26.
Ahora tocará esperar por los siguientes capítulos. La espera se me va hacer muy larga, será eterna.
December 20, 2017
I like Driller's storyline the best. He's on a weird magic planet (Saga, anyone?) with goblins and demons and a cranky old man. You know, a whole comic about an outlaw robot who in anger killed some asshole humans for killing his best friend who wanders the galaxy like Kung Fu or the ‘70s Incredi...
January 19, 2018
After the last volume basically went nowhere but flashbacks, the forward momentum of this volume is rocket-like. So much happens, and so quickly, that I couldn't believe how quickly I read through this. Several of our disparate storylines finally come together (often explosively), and there are s...
December 16, 2017
Sigh... The only reason I’m sticking this one out is for Dustin Nguyen’s amazing artwork, but I’m really losing my patience here. I love Jeff Lmire’s writing when he also draws his own stuff, but it feels like he seriously gives up on the things he just scripts, especially as the story progresses...
January 20, 2018
Holy Scrap Pile robots, it's going down in this volume.
It's difficult to talk about this volume at all without getting into SOMETHING a little spoiler-y, so all I'll say is that Lemire and Nguyen do not disappoint. The actions keeps this thing moving quickly, we revisit basically everyone at som...