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Bone Orchard: Tenement #5 (of 10)

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Comicscore Index
Universal acclaim

Based on 4 critic ratings.

The Eisner-winning creative team of JEFF LEMIRE & ANDREA SORRENTINO brings you another chapter of the newest epic series within THE BONE ORCHARD MYTHOS!

Secrets are revealed amongst the neighbors as they continue their descent between floors, but when the group attempts to find a way out of the tunnels, they’ll find answers that defy logic and terrors beyond reality.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
35 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CJSNYRZG

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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    COMICON

    Jaw-dropping images of simple objects – a door, a bathroom drain – bring this issue to life in a spectacular way. The complex imagery elevates the relatively straightforward story of people trapped in a mysterious world. If you’re not into the Bone Orchard Mythos, you should be.

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Lemire ramps up the suspense and terror throughout this issue. The story continues to be a compelling and thrilling ride for the reader and this issue adds more thrills and tension filled moments for every character in it. I was blown away by the progression of this story and its effect on the people trapped within this strange world. I loved the end of the issue a lot and what it possibly means for the survivors.

    The Art: Sorrentino’s art is beautifully detailed and complex. The visuals and thoroughly engaging and draw you in with every terror filled moment.

  • 85

    AIPT

    Even as it moves unevenly apace, Tenement is deepening a larger mythology in subtle, clever ways. With every issue, The Bone Orchard Mythos continues to be an unmissable experience.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    The Bone Orchard Mythos: Tenement continues to build on its foundation with perhaps its most satisfying issue yet. Though series creatives Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino have found their footing in a major way, the fact that it is finally becoming nascent at the end of its story isn’t a great sign for the larger narrative. That said the art does look tremendous and features some of Sorrentino’s trademark unique panels and layouts, which are hard to resist. The ending is nearly here though and what can I say except I’m still interested to see where it goes, even with the warts.

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