“DISUNITY,” Part One
Our brave explorers have gotten too close to the truth behind America’s transformation into the Undiscovered Country. They’ve been scattered to different corners of the altered nation, where they will have to fight their way back to each other…and their ultimate destiny.
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The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Snyder and Soule are starting an interesting new arc with this issue. The story is entertaining and filled with intriguing character moments and themes. There seems to be an effort by the writers to take the reader on a journey to both the past and the future and the themes of tribalism and altering the truth of the past are incredibly engaging and compelling. The Art: Camuncoli and Marcello Grassi deliver some fantastic visuals throughout the issue. The visual style of the issue is engaging and filled with gorgeous details.
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ComicBook.comAfter a quick break, Undiscovered Country returns for a new arc. In standard fashion, the pacing of the issue pushes forward with ease hopping around from one scene to the next in no time at all. That creates a sense of unease and confusion, which may or may not be part of the design. That combined with an ensemble of characters where no single person gets some time to shine, and the new story is off to a shaky start.