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The Movement takes a stand against the police that they can’t come back from, and Coral City is on the brink of war!

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The 4th issue has raised the stakes once again. The Movement is a series that seems to be getting better with each issue 0

I’ve mentioned before that one of the main attractions I have for Gail Simone’s The Movement is that it is well-off the oft-trodden path that superhero comics generally take. They are loud and grand and often quite fantastical. In an almost complete about-face, Gail’s new series for DC is something much more personal, much more relevant. This is a series that deals with vigilantism and corruption with a superhero flavour. It posits a situation where the people rise up en masse to protest against...

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CityWar 0

I'm surprised to see this arc come to a close so quickly, setting some other plot points to extend out into the next arc or so. The siege of the Coral City Police department wrapped up surprisingly quickly, especially since half this issue is dedicated to fleshing out character backstories. But in the context of the whole series, the point they're at now isn't exactly unreasonable. I like that we're getting the full story on each character (save Vengeance Moth and Virtue), it just comes at a we...

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Review: The Movement #4 0

The GoodFreddie Williams II does a fantastic job at bringing this gritty story to the page. Williams has a very sketchy style that makes everything seem very gritty and really makes the characters and backgrounds look like they've seen better days. Williams also have a very distinct style so when you look at the page, you know who the artist is and that gives the book something extra. The expressions are also very quirky and it adds a slight scene of humor to the art. The flashbacks are also ve...

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