Grifter #5

    Grifter » Grifter #5 - The Sleep in Seattle released by DC Comics on March 2012.

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    Cole and his new partner Sofia make plans to escape the northwest, but first they need a little cash – and that calls for a quick grift. Cole can't get far in his con-artistry, however, before discovering that the Daemonites are coming after him in full force – and they have powers he could not have anticipated.



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    Some stashed 0

    After a decent run of issues to start off the series, this one falls a little short of the others.  There has thus far been a pretty decent plot going with some of the most interesting writing thus far out of the entire DC reboot.  Here though there are just a few too many cliches - the villain that can't be trusted, the sexy and capable female rebel, the lull in battle for the enemies to explain themselves - the whole thing added up to a pretty generic issue by the end.  There is still a lot in...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Spoiler Alert: Grifter Fights Dameonites 0

    Ok, I'm all for the nice episodes primetime action drama feel this series has been nailing, but now we see the dark side of that tone. Every single god damn plot is starting to boil down to "Grifter does something and Daemonites ruin it and Grifter shoots them in the face." Grifter and his new friend Sohpia need money, so Grifter decides to do what he does best and grift. Not that I remember ever being told what the hell a grift is, but enough clues have been given to make me kind of figure it o...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The invasion begins! 0

    (No Spoilers)The second outing between writer Nathan Edmondson and artist Scott Clark continues to ramp up the action that began last issue. I don't know if the pairing has decided to add this much action to cater to Scott Clark’s strength, which is action scenes or it just worked out this way. All I know is that it has taken this series up a whole new notch for me.I feel like the last two issues have set-up a healthy pace for the series. We had an awesome fight last issue with Grifter and Green...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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