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Nemesis: Reloaded #2 (of 5)

84
Comicscore Index
Universal acclaim

Based on 6 critic ratings.

Nemesis continues picking off the city’s police force, enlisting the help of not only the town’s biggest gang members but of its entire population when he puts a $10,000 bounty on every beat cop’s head.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
31 pages
Language
English

33%
67%
6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    COMICON

    Fast paced and furiously funny, ‘Nemesis: Reloaded’ #2 ramps up the tension in L.A while turning back the clock to reveal our arch-villain’s secret and seedy origins. Batman breaking bad by Mark Millar and Jorge Jiménez.

  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    he narrative rhythm of this installment is impressive, each panel takes you from amazement to amazement.

    Art
    It is dynamic and with many fight and bloody sequences that offer an interesting dynamism.

  • 90

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Explosive, darkly funny and filled with great action, Millar continues to craft a unique story that grabs your attention and doesn’t let go. Not only is the story compelling, but the motivations of the character are interesting enough to keep you engaged in his journey even as that journey leaves nothing but destruction it its wake. As much as I want to see what the character does next, I’m equally invested in the story of what made him who he’s become and why.

    The Art: Jimenez has solidified himself as one of my favorite contemporary comic artists with gorgeously detailed panels that complement the dark, violent tone of the story.

  • 90

    First Comics News

    The violence that we experienced last issue takes a backseat as Nemesis’ backstory gets unpackaged. Nemesis’ origin feels like a dark and twisted version of Batman but Mark Millar manages to make it brutal and gives us a clear understanding of his personality. While this story did not have that huge yet bloody narrative that this first issue had plenty to give us in terms of unveiling Nemesis’ not-so-humble beginnings (Something that has been dying to be told since the first series back in 2010) and I feel like Millar and Jorge Jimenez have a lot more in store for the readers since they left certain gaps in the origin story so it looks like the next issue will be even more drenched in violence.

  • 80

    Lotusland Comics

    So, once again ‘Nemesis’ is off and racing with one of the darkest supervillain tales this side of the Joker with an exciting follow-up chapter to its stellar debut.

  • 75

    Lyles Movie Files

    There’s still something that feels weird about the cop-killing, loathsome character being the star of the series though Millar makes some strides in making that more palatable and interesting.

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