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Frankenstein: Agent Of SHADE #12 (Dispatched Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sun Aug 12, 2012 2:42 pm

This was an odd issue of Frankenstein, a lot of stuff happened, and I really get the feeling that Kindt had to rush the ending of his story in order to get the book ready for the upcoming Rotworld tie-in. There was cool stuff here though, I liked the idea that Satan’s Ring wasn’t a ring of spies but a literal ring that you would wear on your finger, and the idea of it being a self-fulfilling prophecy that caused all of this was clever. Did anyone else think that when Khalis was accidentally bringing things back to life that he’d be bringing back each of Frank’s constituent parts? That would have been crazy, unfortunately he only brought back to life the slightly-less crazy dead Leviathan. It also feels like Kindt is leading up to Frank turning on SHADE here, he now has his own army loyal to him, I’m guessing this will lead to conflict between him and Father Time. Alberto Ponticelli’s art looked especially good this month too, he got to draw some really mad shit, and he pulled if off brilliantly. So yeah, while this issue was rushed, it was the kind of rushed that is sorta good, so I’m looking forward to what comes next. And what comes next is someone called ‘Victor’ and the Rot. Is that… Victor Frankenstein?
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Postby Max Blyss » Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:12 am

Still NOT a Stormwatch book!!!... Maybe.

Anyway, go Frank!

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