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The curtain is finally coming down on our players when a Deus Ex Machina you'll have to see to believe arrives on Greek Street... Don't miss the heart-stopping final issue of Peter Milligan's classics-and-crime mash-up!


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"Red Sky At Night, Mass Murderer's Delight" 0

Like how the series began this series ends in a lot of blood.  Greek Tragedies tend to have a lot of blood so it is fitting.  The supernatural aspects set up in issue #15 ties in nicely to give closer to this series.  Because of the cancellation at 16 it felt that this end was not rushed, but not as long as it could be and that the Ajax story was added in so they can compile the final trade into a minimum 5 issues.  Ajax felt like it was tossed in the middle so it would be like the three last is...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A Bloody Deus Ex Machina, Eh? 0

On the one hand, I can't say I didn't see it coming, and on the other hand, I understand why it had to come. As much as I love Peter Milligan, I would never think of claiming Greek Street to be his finest work, not even in the top five. But, it was a good comic, at least most of the time. Unfortunately, it was doomed from the start.  I can still remember when the first issue came out, I was so EXCITED! The gorgeous cover from Kako helped but Greek myths always fascinated me in my younger years s...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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