Goddess Mode #5
The deadly Daemon/human hybrid known as Antimony has been a constant threat to Cassandra ever since she first entered the secret world of Azoth. But the Tall Poppies are going to learn just how wrong they were about this most mysterious foe when DC Vertigo’s cyberpunk saga travels back to the origins of Azoth itself…and who really built it…and why.
This series gets better and better with each issue and is quickly becoming one of the best books on the shelf. After last issues big reveal this issue keeps up the pace with some creat action and major reveals.
Quinn does an astounding job keeping this series exciting with the constant twists, action, details, and drama bit also manages to keep the book from being too dense. She has created a group of unique and interesting characters in the Tall Poppies and crafted a fascinating world for them and exciting story for them to act out. This issue is filled with intense emotion and personality and yet another shocking reveal that changes the game forever.
As with the writing, the art seems to be getting more exciting and vibrant with each issue. Creative page layouts and fantastic splash pages combine with vibrant colors and intricate detail to create a truly breathtaking aesthetic.
This issue truly shows how great this series can be; an exciting and multilayered story with deep emotions portrayed with beautifully technicolor cyberpunk art.
I feel this issue establishes this series as a must read. Action, emotion, and eye-catching art combine to make a truly awesome book.
Goddess Mode #5: One Woman’s Trash…
Writing - 9.5/109.5/10
Storyline - 9.5/109.5/10
Art - 9.5/109.5/10
Color - 9.5/109.5/10
Cover Art - 9/109/10
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