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Undiscovered Country #21

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

“DISUNITY,” Part Three

Janet, Chang, and Ace are on the run, wanted for crimes against the American Hegemony. Meanwhile, Valentina and Charlotte continue spinning through key moments in the USA’s past and come to an understanding of the way America’s history can affect its present…and its future.

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30 pages
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  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Snyder and Soule continue to craft an intriguing and unique world in this story. There are so many great themes being explored in the story. The characters and their struggles continue to be compelling and I am impressed with the twists and chances that the writers take in telling this story and how it comments on the culture of America both good and bad.

    The Art: Camuncoli and Marcelo Grassi deliver some great, exciting and highly detailed art throughout the issue. I love the visual style of the issue and how unique both parts of the story look.

  • 80

    Undiscovered Country continues to unpack many of the series’ core secrets in an issue primarily composed of connecting tissue that nonetheless makes for a propulsive read. Multiple timelines, perspectives, and layers of reality provide a surreal tone to the entire affair and the relative firmness of a flashback is welcome, especially when paired with a welcome twist to the texture of Camuncoli’s work. Just as the issue provides answers with each transition, it continues to raise additional questions. The pacing of this issue assures readers answers are coming and that makes the cliffhanger—which greatly compounds one of the issue’s many twists—all the more enticing.

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