Goddess Mode #4
Cassandra is welcomed to the world of cyber-organic wrestling, where magical girl Farrah fights robots, humans, and everything in between! But no sooner has Cassandra found a new home within the Poppies than schisms threaten to break the girls apart.
This issue proves that Azoth isn’t that different from the real world in that nothing is as black and white as it seems and you can never really know who or what to trust… oh, and sometimes the harder you try, the more you screw things up.
This issue brought a lot of new information as well as some major twists that really make you wonder where our characters really stand and what the true nature of the daemons and oracles is as simple as it all seemed. While the rest of the Tall Poppies watch over Cassandra’s unconscious analog form, she speaks to her father in “the space between the analog and azoth” but just as everything seems hopeless we learn that everything may not be as it seems.
The art and colors were both great as usual but I feel this issue really stood out with page layouts. Many of the pages provided not a great aesthetic but an amazing flow to the action and interesting symbolism.
This issue did great depicting the more tragic aspects of the story and showing that the story isn’t quite as black and white as oracles vs daemons.
This was a great issue with awesome page layouts and a darker side to a story that isnt as simple as it once seemed.
Goddess Mode #4: As Above So Below
- Writing - 9/109/10
- Storyline - 9/109/10
- Art - 8.5/108.5/10
- Color - 9/109/10
- Cover Art - 9/109/10
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