Flashpoint: Secret Seven #1

    Flashpoint: Secret Seven » Flashpoint: Secret Seven #1 - Part One: Hunter's Moone released by DC Comics on August 2011.

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    Part One: Hunter's Moone last edited by pikahyper on 04/20/21 04:11AM View full history

    FLASH FACT! One among them will betray them all!



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    Meta What Now? 0

    Are you a fan of Shade the Changing Man? Do you really even know who Shade the Changing Man is? If your answer is no to these questions, Secret Seven is probably not worth your time.  For the record, my answer to the first question was "no" and to the second "...sorta?"  This issue takes place after the events of Flashpoint's first issue where Cyborg assembles various heroes, including Shade the Changing Man, to discuss taking on Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Shade allegedly cracks from the stress o...

    16 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    More Changes For Shade 0

    Sandman may have been the superstar of Vertigo in its early days, but for my money Peter Milligan’s Shade the Changing Man was always where the real action was. Sandman was mythological, fantastical, larger than life; Shade was personal, a bad acid trip full of awkward sex, identity crises and poetry. Both series were great, of course, but Shade was the one that actually captured my heart.Geoff Johns must have agreed with me, because Shade is the latest Vertigo character to be assimilated back i...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Changing Man and the technocolor dreamcoat 0

    Changing Man has been up to some craziness that he just can't remember, but is he part of the key to stopping Aquaman and Wonder Woman?The GoodThere may be a light at the end of the tunnel, past this first issue. If Changing Man has to assemble a team to stop the Aquaman/Wonder Woman war, the book could get interesting. That seems like where this tie-in is leading to. Sadly, the promise that this book will lead somewhere is the only thing going for it.The BadEnough with the Super 8 ads, DC. You'...

    12 out of 16 found this review helpful.
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