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We are faceless. We are limitless. We see all. And we do not forgive.

Who defends the powerless against the GREEDY and the CORRUPT? Who protects the homeless and poverty-stricken from those who would PREY upon them in the DARK OF NIGHT?

When those who are sworn to protect us abuse their power, when toxic government calls down super-human lackeys to force order upon the populace...finally, there is a force, a citizen’s army, to push order BACK.

Let those who abuse the system know this as well: We have our OWN super humans now. They are not afraid of your badges or Leagues. And they will not be SILENCED.

We are your neighbors. We are your co-workers. And we are your children.



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Simone's Milestone 0

This issue has a pretty nice cover, not my favorite but nothing wrong with it really aside from one major content factor, not a design choice. love the way the moon and the clouds form the symbol and almost look like the reflection in a lake create a deceptively layered image. But who is that girl on the bottom with the blonde hair? We meet everyone else on the cover except her. Though I like how if you look closely you can tell she's in a wheelchair. But it always bothers me when the first is...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The Movement #1 Review 0

***SPOILER FREE REVIEW***When I first heard of The Movement, I was rather excited. It had all the elements of a sleeper hit: a well known, creative writer in Gail Simone (Batgirl), an artist with a unique style in Freddie Williams (Captain Atom) and new, potentially interesting characters. Unfortunately, The Movement #1 is more miss than hit, and a title that is more likely to share the New52 fate of "Mr. Terrific" than "Animal Man." Simone creates a non-linear narrative that is both difficult ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The movement, good or bad? 0

I have never been a Simone fanatic having never read secret six and do not particularly care for the occupy movement. That being said this isn't a bad concept, throughout the whole thing i actually couldn't decide whether to root for the cops (one cop in particular) or the movement of which out "heroes" are a part of. Some may not like this kind of uncertainty or goodness in their comics and for them i suggest they go back to superman and do not look here. These people are much farther into the ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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