Resurrection Man #2

    Resurrection Man » Resurrection Man #2 - And Gone released by DC Comics on December 2011.

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    Mitch Shelley's past remains a mystery. So when he goes looking for answers, will he find them? Not likely, when he has to contend with the bounty hunter femme fatales known as The Body Doubles.



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    Overdressed 0

    With the possibility of this series going either up or down after the last issue, it seems to be heading down with this issue.  The series seems to be taking a more serious and spiritual look at death and life through the eyes of the main character and that works for a lot of this story, even the parts where he is talking with the old man with Alzheimers.  Casting the Body Doubles as the villains here though certainly detracts away from the tone of the book.  In the previous issue I was a little...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    There are worse places to wake up at. 0

    Review for Resurrection Man #2.The Story: Mitch gets to Portland and is informed that his father is dead. Also the Body Doubles find him and Mitch dies again but something different happens when he wakes up.The Good: It's an interesting idea to set the majority of the issue in a retirement. It's a place where people go to stay until they die but Mitch can't die and he seems out of place there. Darryl seems like a very fun character and I do want to see if he's a former supervillain or not. I hav...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Body Doubles Spell Double Trouble 0

    The Good: The pacing of all the behind the scenes work of the various factions is excellent. I genuinely have no idea who's after what or why despite seeing the antagonists more than the protagonist does. I feel like I'm in the same boat as Mitch, not sure who to trust, just that there's multiple groups of people after him. Despite the random appearance of the memory loss subplot, it's pretty interestingly developed. I'm especially intrigued by his father's friend Darryl, he seems like he'll be ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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