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Vanish #7

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

The carnage continues as Oliver and the Prestige’s Armory face off. Will either survive? Will Halcyon pay for his horrific actions that are about to go down? What secret has Elyn kept from everyone? All will be revealed as the mystic war comes to a head!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 91

    Comic Watch

    All in all, Vanish #7 is just more. More plot, more great art, and more of the same great story that is building ever closer to its moment of climax.

  • 80

    It’s been difficult to figure out who is really the villain in Vanish, though that feels by design, but the book has truly hit another level with each and every major revelation. Vanish #7 yet again defines this, revealing a major factor behind Oliver’s degrading mental state, and several other moves from writer Donny Cates raise the supporting cast’s importance and contribution to the series overall. Elyn and Dustin especially are the recipients of a major rise in prominence, and their conversation does wonders in allowing you to really bond with these characters and get a feeling for who they truly are. Meanwhile Ryan Stegman, V Ken Marion, Sonia Oback, and John J. Hill are out of their minds in this issue, going above and beyond to deliver heartfelt moments sandwiched between moments of tense creepiness and visceral brutality. The more the haze on how to root for lifts the more this series picks up steam, and issue #7 is easily one of the best issues yet.

  • 80


    Vanish is not for everybody, and it is happy being that way. It’s a comic that’s unapologetic in its tone and unafraid of being dark, bloody, and in-your-face. While the comic does not fit my particular taste, I can appreciate the creative direction Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman, and artist V. Ken Marion are going for. Vanish succeeds in giving you an adrenaline rush as you flip through its pages. For the ones who’ve stayed on for the ride, things are only going to get crazier from here.

  • 70

    First Comics News

  • 60


    Love and friendship might save the day, but there’s still plenty of hell to pay on the road to decency.

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