Warren Ellis' Supergod #1-5 (of 5) Complete
4 CBR's 1 CBZ | Avatar Press | Release Dates Nov 11 2009 - Dec 2 2010 | 140.11 MB Total
It took more than a year, but Warren Ellis' 5-issue miniseries is finally complete with the release of its 5th and final issue last December 2, 2010. The conclusion is one long monologue delivered by Simon Reddin, a British scientist who worked on their post-human program and it relies so much on following through with ideas set up in the previous issues, with Garrie Gastonny ever-consistent with his stunning artwork. acts as the third book in a loose, thematic trilogy of comics about post-humanity done by Ellis for Avatar, following up on and . It stands as the most thought-provoking and challenging of the three books, concerned with tackling an almost impossible idea: how does something not human think and act? Ellis succeeds in laying out some theories and providing a hint of where to go for future writers. may not work completely as a story, but as an argument, a theory for post-human stories, it’s a brilliant piece of work. This conclusion is depressing and challenging and frustrating and disturbing. It’s the sort of comic that sticks with you and changes the way you think about superhero comics. Issues #1-4 are all HQ Minutemen scans while issue #5 is an independent one by an anonymous scanner, with the individual jpeg images saved at very low compression ratios--almost lossless, in fact.