The Phantom Stranger #5

    The Phantom Stranger » The Phantom Stranger #5 - Noble Vengeance released by DC Comics on April 2013.

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    The Phantom Stranger’s family has gone missing!

    He’ll stop at nothing to find them, even if it means going up against Pandora and the vengeful wrath of The Spectre!



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    Phantom Stranger #5 Review 0

    I had dropped The Phantom Stranger a while back, but with the increasingly positive reviews I read, along with a read of the previous issue at my local book store, I decided to give this title another try.I have to say, the writing has definably improved. I was afraid that the Stranger was going to get stuck "helping" a random individual each issue, until some greater story emerges. Luckily, that story came around sooner, and the story in this issue is interesting as the The Phantom Stranger and...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Lets just say.. 0

    Lets just get this out there, LOOK AT THIS COVER. This is even better than the Phantom Stranger #4.The Good: Okay, so basically you get to figure out who The Spectre is. Which is a great thing. Coming into this I swore Doctor Doom was in this comic. I was sadly mistaken. Another good thing is that you get to see who the third guy is that was with Stranger and Pandora. Im interested to see who he is and what he can do, because overall he looks like a great character.The Bad: Honestly there was on...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Childish Schoolyard Bickering Between Reality Warpers 0

    God damn DC... you sons of bitches putting Jae Lee on cover duties... Last issue and this one I was far more excited about this series than I should be. The massively eye-catching blue background has an eerie contrast to the genuinely disturbing and creepy image of The Phantom Stranger with The Spectre climbing out of his face, (ironic considering who eats whom in the issue.) It's just amazing.But the interior art.... I normally really like Philip Tan, but he's working off of initial pencils of ...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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