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Do A Powerbomb! #6 (of 7)

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Based on 2 critic ratings.

Lona Steelrose and Cobrasun must face a hard truth, as FYSO wrestles with their own life or death situation!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B0BJSR8D87

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 92

    Comic Watch

    Overall I can’t complain about this series. I loved this book. It’s the best book yet, hands down. The finale is going to be dynamite. I know it. Thank you to the team for such a “powerbomb” of a series! Daniel Warren Johnson, I look forward to reading what else you have in the works. Fans! Pre-order your books now! Do a Powerbomb! #7, coming out December 7th!
    Writer/artist Daniel Warren Johnson’s love of wrestling is apparent on every page from the booking, the match stipulations, crazy finishes and a slew of twists. My favorite part of Do a Powerbomb is how Johnson has taken everything that makes wrestling so special and put it in a package

    There’s two issues left, but Johnson already rolls out the tournament final for the DeathLyfe tournament competed in a No DQ, barb wire, ladder, falls count anywhere deathmatch. (…) And just in case there was concern that Johnson couldn’t nail the landing, he throws a series of major twists that don’t seem like they can get wrapped up in two issues. Is it too early to start clamoring for a *rematch* sequel?

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Things take a bit of a turn in Do A Powerbomb #6, both in how it beings and especially in how it ends, and yet I find myself no less enthralled with this one-of-a-kind story of wrestling, loss, and redemption. The continually evolving relationship between Cobra Sun and Lona will hit every father and daughter with an uppercut to the heart, and Daniel Warren Johnson, Colorist Mike Spicer, and letterer Rus Wooton breathe tremendous life and feeling into each and every scene. Then the book takes a big swing (which is saying something in a book with a premise of resurrecting loved ones through a wrestling tournament) as the issue comes to a close, and while I’m a bit unsure of how things will play out and how I’ll feel about it, this series has yet to disappoint, and I have all the faith in the world that it will surprise me yet again. Do A Powerbomb is already a modern classic and a true must-read for any wrestling fan, and I cannot wait to see how this thrilling adventure unfolds.

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