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The Dead Lucky #7

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.


As new forces rise up to fill the power vacuum left after the Battle of San Francisco, newly minted corporate superhero Bibi takes the first steps to eradicate Morrow once and for all—but she’s not ready for a new enemy that threatens to redefine everything she thinks she believes.

THE DEAD LUCKY is a Massive-Verse series.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
Amazon ASIN

4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Nerd Initiative

    With a new stat quo cemented in place, the return of Bibiana Lopez-Yang kicks off its’ next chapter with an issue you can’t miss. Flores’ incredible writing is matched with Carlomagno’s superb visuals to give readers a combination of action and emotional complexity that simply can’t be missed.

  • 90

    Comic Watch

    Issue #7 has a lot of moving pieces, but they feel connected and make for an accessible read. Fans of the series will be happy to see how the story of Bibi is progressing and new readers are given an exciting hero to root for. For those interested, it’s worth picking up at your local comic book shop!

  • 84

    You Don't Read Comics

    DL has come a long way in only seven issues. Flores’s overall pacing feels like it might be moving a bit too quickly, but only because she’s gone from San Francisco to Jordan in…seven issues. There’s nothing structurally wrong with Flores’s pacing over the course of the entire run of the series…but there IS some concern that maybe she might be painting herself into a corner in the long run if things get international as quickly as they have. At this rate, she’s going to be fighting aliens on the other side of the galaxy by the end of the year.

  • 80

    Bibi’s life never fails to get a bit more complicated, though that only makes things more compelling for those reading along, and Dead Lucky #7 fits that bill perfectly. There’s a palpable thrill in watching Bibi just be a badass and one of the best at what she does, and artist French Carlomagno and colorist Matt Iacono know how to maximize those sequences with big action and even bigger colors. Between the set pieces, writer Melissa Flores explores the price of peace and the toll grief and regret can have on someone, even someone as powerful as Bibi. A discussion between Bibi and Maria is easily one of the deeper conventions in the issue, and it will be interesting to see where Bibi as a character goes from here. Her more curmudgeonly demeanor plays best against the people who comment on it, and one such pairing also leads to a big reveal that has me hyped to see where things go from here. After that hook, next month’s issue can’t get here soon enough.

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