The Wicked + The Divine, Volume 5: Imperial Phase I by Kieron Gillen
The gods are free to do whatever they want. Inevitably,
they do. Collects issues 23-28 of the series, including the critically lauded
Kevin Wada magazine issue.
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The Wicked + The Divine, Volume 5: Imperial Phase I based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Another good volume. Series has been really good so far.
The gods face a new challenge: The Great Darkness The “new gods” spend a lot of time jostling for position and arguing. There's a lot of talk particularly from Cassandra as they seek a suitable response to the Great Darkness. Many are incredibly self-centred and ignore the others. Still confusing but the artwork is excellent and well-executed. The volume ends with the obvious consequence that there is more to come, especially as some of the gods near the end of their two-year lives. It's entertaining stuff and I've read enough to want to know how this is all going to finish.