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Comic Review: Resurrected #5

Resurrected is back for its fifth installment which yet again explored new and interesting ideas resulting in the issue having its fair share of twists and turns all whilst wrapping up the story with a satisfying conclusion and still somehow finding room for some gripping action with the first half of the issue having a spy-thriller type vibe to it. The issue ends with the same core characters it began with which has its benefits and drawbacks but ultimately resulted in yet another great issue to round off this fantastic comic. Plot Resurrected #5, written by Christian Carnouche with artwork
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Comic Review: Resurrected #4

It’s been a while but Resurrected is back with an all-new issue that really takes the fight between the natives of Austrailia and the Drexler Corporation to a whole new level. This is easily the most action-packed issue of the series so far and it doesn’t skip on those hard-hitting emotional moments either. Despite, having some very minor pacing issue’s Resurrected #4 elevates the series in ways previous issues never could and still continues to showcase that very realistic tone that the series has owned since day one. Plot I’ll avoid spoilers as best I can here but Resurrected’s latest
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Comic Review: Resurrected #3

Resurrected’s 3rd installment hits hard with the bombshell’s and has some fantastic character development for both older and newer characters. All of that is entwined with even more kickass action that we got hints of in the second issue and ends of a huge cliffhanger which genuinely shocked me and left me on the edge of my seat. Not literally I was laying down reading this comic but you get the idea of just how awesome this issue really was. Plot Resurrected is written and created by Christian Carnouche, with artwork and coloring by Crizam Zamora, Salvatore Aiala and, Cardinal
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Comic Review: Resurrected #2

Welcome back to Resurrected, the sci-fi, cop thriller that throws in some incredibly deep themes for good measure. The second installment is no different with some newer themes coming into the spotlight and a hell of a lot more kickass action to boot. This issue felt a little shorter to me but its most likely down to the breakneck speed this issue moves at, which might be a little jarring to some but if you can keep up with it, it makes for one hell of a thrill ride. Plot The second issue of Resurrected is once again written and
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