Grifter #6

    Grifter » Grifter #6 - What Goes Up released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    Girfter is way out of his element when The Daemonites hold him on a hovering spaceship where no man can get to him. Fortunately, Sofia is no man – but will she arrive before a horrific alien ceremony centering on the super-powerful Black Curate has gone too far? Cole Cash will find someone he never expected to see again, he will discover how integral he is to the Daemonite's master plan, and uncover clues that will bring him face to face with Stormwatch and Voodoo.



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    Believe in me for one more minute 0

    It feels in some sense that this series is starting to level off somewhat.  The first few issues were quite well handled and quite interesting, but as time has gone on the series is veering more towards average than outstanding.  That having been said though, there is still enough in this issue to get interested in.  The action here involves the impending sacrifice of Grifter to the Black Curate and his temporary reunion with Gretchen.  Things would not go so easily even with the two of them fig...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Love's Labors Lost in the Stratosphere 0

    After a disappointing blandness last issue, this one grabs the more interesting finale and runs with it for the entire issue, managing to end in an even MORE interesting place. While we're still in a phase of 'episodic' issues, they're now linking together a more cohesive storyline from one to the next. While last issue set up this one, this issue takes place entirely aboard the Dameonite ship Grifter is captive on. And Sohpia goes to save for reasons still completely unattempted to explain.Scot...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    And your guns can hear me 0

    (No Spoilers)Edmondson and Clark deliver another action packed issue of Grifter. There have been a few that have grown weary with all the action, but Edmondson takes the story in a couple of different directions which could have easily been solved with some tried and true storytelling. This has left the title open and left us wondering where it will go next.This book is plotted like an action movie. It’s a combination of Scott Clark’s layouts and the situations Nathan Edmondson puts these charac...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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