Monday, March 12, 2007

The Invisibles #19: 'Entropy in the UK: Part 3: Assassin'

After a lengthy delay for the end of Babylon 5 and various other things, it's time to return to The Invisibles and wrap up the Entropy in the UK arc. As I've already said, this is the series' best work so far, a major leap forward in style and a major shift in narrative focus. This issue gives us our most in depth look at King Mob's background to date.

I've taken down my posts on The Invisibles because they're all coming out in book form. The book, Our Sentence is Up, features revised and expanded versions of each blog post, covering every issue of The Invisibles, plus an extensive interview with Morrison himself. Visit your local comic store and order a copy now!

4 comments:

Gert Bruhn said...

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RAB said...

I get so wrapped up in these posts that I was actually trying to figure out if "big stacks" was some kind of oblique reference to Sir Miles and "small stacks" a description of the guard who's watching Fanny...only to realize that I'd been reading comments spam.

Patrick said...
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Patrick said...

Hey, I thought that too. I was thinking hmm, interesting point, and then saw his link led to a casino website. That's actually why I left it here, because even if it's not meant to, it fits fine with the themes of the issue.