The Stand: American Nightmares #5

    The Stand: American Nightmares » The Stand: American Nightmares #5 released by Marvel on October 2009.

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    It's the Fourth of July, the first holiday post-plague, but none of the survivors are celebrating. While Nick Andros hovers between life and death--and between the influence of Randall Flagg and Mother Abigail--Larry Underwood makes a shocking discovery in his tent... And Stu Redman's path intersects with Harold and Frannie's, but immediately a conflict (that will have enormous ramifications for all our players) immediately erupts among the three. The second mini-series adapting Stephen King's horror epic ends here, True Believers, setting stage for Volume Three: "SOUL SURVIVORS."



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    #5 American Nightmares leaves me wanting more 0

     Stephen King's The Stand...This is the series that brought me to comic books not that long ago.   To me the art that Mike Perkins is putting out on this is so elite, few can match his skills.   This issue has you follow along with Nick Andros a deaf mute who has to make a decision on which path to take. With the walking dude and evil or the old lady and the path of god. We also watch Larry Underwood as he has to deal with the death of a traveling companion. And the first encounter of Stu Redman...

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