Black Bolt and his unlikely allies are finally free from their strange captivity, but their escape came at a high cost. Now, the Midnight King returns to Earth with a heavy heart and a new companion: the telepathic alien Blinky, a child with nowhere left to go! But the journey home is long and full of dangers - and a horde of space pirates is the least of them! And what awaits Black Bolt at his destination is judgment! In his absence, the Inhumans were rounded up and imprisoned - and now they struggle to maintain their fragile democracy. Someone must pay the price for the horrors they've endured. Will Black Bolt survive the wrath of his own people? COLLECTING: BLACK BOLT 7-12...
|Title||:||Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
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Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2) Reviews
The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel is great, but he comes back to life a few issues later which makes his death feel like even more of a cheat than is usually for a comic book death. There's great dialogue scattered throughout and Ahmed really writ ...more
me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think
The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel’s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of Attilan catch up with him, Black Bolt finds himself assaulted on all sides, and only his estranged family can save him.
Considering this is Saladin Ahmed’s first comics work, you’d never know. This book is extremely ...more
Aunque la historia pierde algo de fuerza y emocionalidad en este volumen (con la excepción del funeral de Creel y el viaje de Ahura y Blinky a la conciencia de Blackagar), el arte sigue siendo un punto fuerte. No es el cierre perfecto de una serie tan humana como esta, pero los humanos no son perfectos. Así que supongo que está bien.