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The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 3


Feb 26, 2016 Issue # 56 - Best of 2015 - Father John Misty and Wolf Alice Bookmark and Share

As one of the best comics out there torpedoes even further into the depths of mystery and intrigue, it is fitting that the art reflects the feelings of the reader. In this case, with Jamie McKelvie busy on Phonogram, our shifting sensations are mirrored by the change of artist in each issue. The murky terrain pulses with evil here too, but Kieron Gillen, as usual, expertly maneuvers us through some very moving scenes, despite them being mired in filth as well as being uncomfortably aggressive. The Wicked + The Divine remains a must-read for all, its pantheon of pop star gods running the gamut of archetypes that show us how and why we so instinctively relate to pop music and culture. (

Author rating: 9/10

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