Xombi #6

    Xombi » Xombi #6 - The Ninth Stronghold, Part Six: Resurrection released by DC Comics on October 2011.

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    The Ninth Stronghold, Part Six: Resurrection last edited by idontgetit on 04/08/23 07:38PM View full history

    How is it possible to defeat someone who claims to see every moment of the future and plans for every eventuality? Unless David Kim and Annie Palmer can find an answer to this deadly puzzle, their lives – and the Ninth Stronghold – will be lost forever.



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    Rebirth of the Ouroburos 0

     Disclaimer: I'll be talking about a lot of metaphors from across the series, so spoilers for #1-5 and some of 6 will be present. The Good: I have to say, one of things I noticed this issue was something very strange. Although Frazer Irving's art is noted for its extreme detail and darkness, in a sense its actually very simple. There's an odd elegant beauty to it that really suits this issue, and the way the heavy washings of color create the mood really fit this series to a T. The dynamic share...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Though Briefly, Burn Brightly!!! 0

    David finally faces off against Roland Finch as this series comes to an all too soon closing.   The Good What can be said about Irving's work that hasn't been already by myself and a myriad of others? I'll simply say that it's absolutely amazing on every single conceivable level. And his coloring on this book is something that will inspire the rest of the industry to step their game up considerably. There is noway this book would have been half the success it was without him. He and Rozum have t...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Crushed to see this book go... 0

    To this date, I still have not read a single issue of the original Milestone run of Xombi from the mid-90's.  And yet, this breezy 6 issue relaunch, that sadly ends here, has done more for me than practically any other regular series I've been buying.  The art has been amazing, the characters very likable, and the concepts MINDBLOWING.  Everything about this production has been top-notch... but the title was just too weird and too fringe to find enough of an audience.  That plus bad timing in it...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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