DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 5: The Death of Illusion

  • Title: DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 5: The Death of Illusion
  • Author: Marguerite Bennett Marguerite Sauvage Laura Braga Mirka Andolfo Carmen Carnero Richard Ortiz Rachael Stott Aneke
  • ISBN: 9781401276034
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
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    DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 5: The Death of Illusion

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    1. Beautiful art, but still no coherent storyline I think I m done with this series.

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    2. This was a weird one But I love the Atlantis stuff, and Poison Ivy s garden, and I m REALLY enjoying Kara s plot, especially her mom Oh man and the songs The songs were beautiful Not sure about the vampiric coven But I m willing to watch

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    3. I read in issues chapter format, but it s easier for me to rate it this way, so here it is This one is AMAZING They are all so good, but this one is my favorite, probably because of how many Pamela and Harley scenes exist and Poison Ivy using her powers Also really LOVE that it s placed in Leningrad I feel like the USSR is often forgotten during the war, so I really liked seeing it I just LOVE when the story really takes place in war scenariosAgain 100% recommend D Read for the 2017 BookTube A T [...]

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    4. originally reviewed at thelibraryladies Ever since I discovered the DC Bombshells series, I ve kind of been waiting for the other shoe to drop Far too often do I find a comic series that I love, and inevitably have to have that moment of oh, that was kind of lame It happens for most series and it s by no means a bad thing Sometimes there will be volumes that feel out of step with the others, and I ve come to expect it and by no means hold it against the series as a whole But for five volumes run [...]

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    5. That s like it After volume 4 moved away to focus on Zambesi for a while, this volume gets back on track with Supergirl, Raven, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Lois Lane, and Reaper all inadvertently finding themselves battling Hugo Strange once again The theme of this one, as you can tell from the title, is the Death of Illusion, or coming to realisations about things you thought you understood, but didn t It s not something I ve seen explored much before, especially not with multiple characters at [...]

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    6. This volume did come close to getting five stars The storylines were great, the introduction of new characters was both cool and done seamlessly, and we get a lot of character growth or at least as much as we can have when our focus is split between many different characters The art is pretty solid throughout, except for the first issue which had some WTF moments in it I didn t even realize the guy with Supergirl was Steve Trevor And no, it wasn t a case of my inability to be able to tell white [...]

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    7. I love this series it s second only behind Monstress because, well, Monstress After the detour in vol 4, we re back to a lot of the characters we saw and loved in vol 1 A little disappointed in the lack of Wonder Woman as well as Power Girl s completely unnecessary boob window I don t have anything against skimpy superhero outfits, but it just seems odd that female artists would be totally cool with that I dunno.However, the storyline ties everything up quite nicely I loved the focus on Kara And [...]

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    8. I ve been finding it harder and harder to get through volumes of Bombshells The stories are so dense with seemingly unnecessary text, and they shift location and character so frequently, that I find it really difficult to know what is meant to be going on any I still love the queerness and range of characters, but by adding to the mix each time it lacks a solid compelling narrative and instead feels like a proof of concept for an entirely queer female universe This would be great, providing ea [...]

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    9. Actual rating 3.5 starsI m honestly not too sure what to write about this series It has a lot of things I like all the main characters are ladies and so many of them are queer and POC yay diversity but I also find the plot kind of messy It s really all over the place quite literally there are so many characters and the action takes place all over the globe and it feels over saturated I can appreciate that Bennett is trying to give as many characters as possible some screen time, but there is jus [...]

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    10. And the oddness continues a traveling Russian circus is attacked by supernatural creatures who suddenly switch sides Or maybe there were cyclopses in the circus I have no idea any what s happening There was about one nice Pamela Harley scene but it seems that they introduce at least two new characters each volume and I just can t keep track of them all Let alone when the narration is done through song Twice Doubt I ll continue this series.

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    11. The finale of the first Bombshells series, plus the origin of the Suicide Squad, led by Babs Gordon in the late years of World War I The art was, as always, a joy, and the characters shown completely fabulous I loved Poison Ivy using her powers in Leningrad, and I love her and Harley Superman was also really cool The plot tends to lose me in this series, often than not, but I continue to love the world that Marguerite Bennett has created.

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    12. I have mixed thoughts on this one On the positive side, it was nice to see Supergirl recover from what happened to her sister But on the other hand, I have no clue what is going on with Raven, and some of the flashbacks are repeats perhaps to take up space It feels like a little of a plan would have gone a long way.

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    13. Lots of the same elements I ve come to expect from this series, but in some ways, Bennett is actually getting better at it If you love alliteration, fantastical events and superheroes injected into historical events, and most importantly, ALL THE LADIES OF DC BEING SUPER GAY FOR EACH OTHER, this is for you.

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    14. Me duele un poco ponerle esta nota a este volumen pero he sentido que las tramas no ten an nada que ver con lo que ha ido pasando en vol menes anteriores salvo un par de cosas , que no han aportado nada y tampoco ha estado enfocado en los personajes que m s me gustan interesan Veremos qu tal el ltimo.

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    15. The fifth volume was as strong as volumes 12 I loved the return to Supergirl s storyline, and even enjoyed the side tangent to Barbara Gordon, her coven, and Louisiana setting also no Bat Girls my least favorite plot line.

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    16. High 3.5.I liked this earlier than some earlier volumes The story jumps around between a lot of theaters and bombshells I can t decide if I like it or not, but it s really like jumping between different WWII theaters.

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    17. The Bombshells continue to be awesome This volume included Raven running away from her new home with Zatanna and Constantine, Harley and Ivy sneaking into seiged Leningrad to grow plants for food, and Supergirl meeting her clones Power Girl and Superman.

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    18. There is literally nothing I hate about this series Between the art with the period correct clothes, the fantasy mixed with history storyline, and the new backgrounds of old characters there is nothing I hate in this series.

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    19. Just finally catching up on my single issues, I love this series Still one of my favourite comic book series of all time.

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    20. AHHHHHHHH POWER GIRL AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH.

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    21. Not the most interestingly storyline for me, but done wonderfully.

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    22. I love seeing all the DC females The of them the better.

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    23. I think this series just keeps getting better and better

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    24. Not my favourite volume but loved the Batgirl annual at the end Amazing art and story.

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    25. Not my fave bombshells book, but it was good.

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    26. Something of a slower volume, but always good value for money.

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    27. super love seeing power girl and frankie, super super love this flirting between lois and supergirl B

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    28. again, i read this probably last year Wasn t an entry for this volume last time I tried to add them as read.

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    29. I remain the most into this Bring on Bombshells United

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