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    The Magic Order #1

    The Magic Order » The Magic Order #1 released by Image on June 2018.

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    last edited by TRVZN on 01/22/23 02:43AM View full history

    We live in a world where we’ve never seen a monster, and The Magic Order is the reason we sleep safely in our beds. Magic meets the mob in THE MAGIC ORDER, as five families of magicians—sworn to protect our world for generations—must battle an enemy who’s picking them off one by one. By day, they live among us as our neighbors, friends, and co-workers, but by night, they are the sorcerers, magicians, and wizards that protect us from the forces of darkness…unless the darkness gets them first. MARK MILLAR's first NETFLIX comic book, drawn by the incredible OLIVIER COIPEL (Amazing Spider-Man, Thor).

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    ACover AOlivier Coipel & Dave Stewart1
    BBlack & White Cover BOlivier Coipel6
    CCover CAdam Hughes7
    DBlank Cover DNone8
    REPreviews Exclusive SDCC Variant Cover, Limited to 2,000Olivier Coipel2
    RE-AUnknown Comics Exclusive Variant Cover ATyler Kirkham3
    RE-BUnknown Comics Exclusive Variant Virgin Cover BTyler Kirkham4
    RE-CUnknown Comics Exclusive Variant Virgin Banished Monsters Cover CTyler Kirkham5
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    The art of phoning it in and getting away with it. 0

    For a writer who learned at the hip of Grant Morrison you’d think by now Mark Millar would know better than to half-ass out a plot and try passing it off as a fully developed story. But that’s the fun and ultimately frustrating thing about Millar. He’s inconsistent as fuck. Back in the day Millar was either brain bleedingly bad (The Ultimates, The Unfunnies, Nemesis) or absolutely on point (Civil War, The Authority, Aztek) and it was a pretty rare occasion where you’d fin...

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