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The Movement's second Issue takes off like a rocket, its story throwing out mysteries, clues and questions with joy. 1
The Movement in its first issue sort of followed the police, specifically a pair of horribly abusive cops, in a town terrified by a serial killer. We get our first notice of The Movement protagonists there as they get to know the bad cops. We then follow police again, this time officers and detectives, that are hunting for the serial killer. The police swing into action when they believe they have the killer cornered. We meet The Movement again.It kicks off when the police enter a church where ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Here is my video review for the Movement issue 2. Tell me what you guys think about my video review. Here is the link to my video review:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AIFGHMlFoQ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Look, I get that this series is supposed to ride the very delicate moral ambiguity line, but there's a different fine line between true moral gray, and forced. Don't get me wrong, most of this issue is the same kind of gray I love, but there's this one scene that absolutely infuriates me because of how stupid and shallow it paints everyone. The headquarters of The Movement is an abandoned factory that had horrendous conditions, underage workers, etc. And the doors were locked to prevent the wom...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Cover & Solicit - 3/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
This review was originally posted on The Founding Fields here.Reading Gail Simone’s The Movement #1 was a rather liberating experience. It stepped away from the general superhero comics that are so prevalent at the publisher and sought to do something completely different. And it did that quite well too. The first issue was, obviously, a big set-up for all the characters and so it was inevitable, I think that the next couple issues would get down into the nitty-gritty of things and begin ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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