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Scarlet, Issue #5

The fifth issue of the Icon comic book series written by Brian Michael Bendis and with art by Alex Maleev.

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A Quick Tip by woopak_the_thrill

  • Apr 6, 2011
Issue Five seems to have slowed down in regards to violence and attitude, and becomes more of a political stand-off. Bendis has crafted a tale that seems to be the calm before the storm. I cannot wait!
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April 12, 2011
Waiting until issue five to become more political was probably a good move. They hooked readers with violence, action, and attitude, and then they push their agendas once readers are invested in the series. Love it! :)
April 06, 2011
I can't wait either.
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review by . April 06, 2011
End of Book One of the Scarlet Revolution!!
After reading the first four issues of “Scarlet”, one can expect to be in for the long haul. (see my reviews for issue one, two, three and four by clicking on the links) The series’ main premise is simple, style is original and the way it engages the reader is through its very realistic touch. I knew upon reading the series’ fifth issue that it would be another one of those transitional issues set to introduce the possible last act of this superb maxi-series by Brian Michael …
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Author: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher: Marvel Comics, Icon
Format: Comic book issue

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