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    Secret Six #28

    Secret Six » Secret Six #28 - The Reptile Brain, Part Four of Four: The Skull Just Beneath the Flesh released by DC Comics on February 1, 2011.

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    The pedal-to-the-metal conclusion of the "Reptile Brain" storyline is here as the survivors of the two warring factions of the Secret Six face a danger even more horrifying and revolting than each other! And if this is Skartaris, who's playing Warlord?    
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    Arthur Curry's fishsack, that was close! 0

    I'll admit my bias right away, I'm a big fan of the Secret Six and Gail Simone. However, with recent issues I've started to lose interest and faith in the characters. I'm really glad I decided to stick around, though, because Simone really managed to collect all the frazzled pieces and stick them back together in a fun and tactful way.  Good Things:  I was really getting sick of Black Alice. I went from liking her (from when she appeared in Birds of Prey) to really finding her irritating (recent...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Review: Secret Six #28 0

    The Secret Six's conflict with its rival outfit comes to a fiery, bloody head instigated by the appearance of Deimos' hideous dragon form.  The Good There's such a diversity of voices in this: from the unnervingly-articulate Bane to the whimsically-foppish Ragdall and the sadistic-but-none-too-bright Dwarfstar, every villain has an immediately-distinct personality. While the action in the Warlord's world delivers the goods (and then some) it's almost just as exciting to see how these big person...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Secret Twelve 0

    The Good: There is a lot of pretty sweet action here. The dialogue is amazing. All of the characters have all sorts of varying personality traits and they all interact in interesting ways. Some of them amusing, some of them touching. There's a nice 'father' 'daughter' moment between Bane and Scandal that's very touching. Another one for Deadshot and Black Alice. The Wall has some great moments.  King Shark is REALLY stupidly funny.  Dwarfstar gets what's coming to him. Beautifully. The Bad: This...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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