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Coda #2 (of 5)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Hum and the Sprigganist come into conflict as the death of the child led not to a doomed movement… but new, twisted promises of paradise….

Meanwhile, Serka and the Gnomads track the evil to a familiar source, and follow the breadcrumbs of a madman who stole half the population, all leading to a reunion many of our heroes might find less than satisfying…

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    Coda #2 is a little hard to follow; something with the narration and the individual stories between Hum and Serka don’t really differentiate enough on the page in places to keep it all straight at times, but if you go slow and are careful, it still ends up being a solid issue. On Hum’s side of the story, there’s a surprising death that sets up for a genuinely wild turn of events that ends up leading directly into Serka’s own piece of things, bringing the two characters back together in a reunion that isn’t necessarily as joyful as one might hope. There’s a lot of interesting developments – a threat seems to be coming into clearer focus, which is really nice and while the narrative frame is a bit more distracting this issue than it was in the first one, the story is still intriguing with a good pace. The art is also pretty good with just the right balance of fantastic and cartoon-like in just the right places.

  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

    Coda #2 delves even deeper into the fascinating world with intriguing developments done by Hum and Serka. Simon Spurrier and Matias Bergara’s chemistry as a creative team shines from beginning to end as it feels like anything is possible with this imaginative story.

  • 74

    Multiversity Comics

    Beautiful art and a fundamentally interesting story make up for some of the structural deficiencies of “Coda” #2

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