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PREVIEW: 'George R.R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings (Vol. 2)' #10 by George R.R. Martin, Landry Walker, and Mel Rubi

 The tensions between Cersei and Tyrion reach a breaking point as the Queen, convinced that Tyrion will betray her, seizes the woman he believes Tyrion loves. Meanwhile, Catelyn Stark reels at the news that her youngest sons have been betrayed and murdered by a man they had trusted. Prepare yourself for this visual retelling of George R. R. Martin’s stunning epic – A Clash of Kings . George R.R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings (Vol. 2) #10 writers: George R.R. Martin, Landry Walker artist:    Mel Rubi covers: Mike Miller (A)                 Mel Rubi (B)                 Mel Rubi (RI-Virgin)                 Mel Rubi (RI-B/W)                 Mike Miller (RI-Virgin) FC  |  32 pages |  Fantasy/Adventure  | $3.99  |  Mature

REVIEW: 'Wasted Space' #7 by Michael Moreci, Hayden Sherman, and Jason Wordie

Reunions and betrayals! Our reckless heroes stage a rescue mission to save Rex-and secure the nuke still threatening to kill everyone. Along the way, Billy and Molly make a pit stop at a galactic gas station, where they discover brain-freezes and morality, and past demons catch up to Dust and Fury.



WASTED SPACE #7   

Writer: Michael Moreci
Artist: Hayden Sherman, Jason Wordie
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Publisher: Vault Comics
Release Date: February 27, 2019
Cover Price: $3.99

Score:★★★★1/2 (4.5/5)

I've tried to define Vault Comics' brilliant sci-fi adventure series 'Wasted Space' and with each issue, it becomes more entertaining but not as easily described. Sure, there are themes and actions that recall Star Wars and Star Trek but Michael Moreci's dialogue has a rhythm and depth that echoes more Aaron Sorkin than Orson Scott Card.

The artwork by Hayden Sherman and Jason Wordie is so visually striking and unique that it captures the imagination and adds immeasurable depth to the characters and the environment. The art and script go hand-in-hand, making it hard to imagine Moreci's words without Sherman/Wordie's art. 

'Wasted Space' continues to be a delight. 




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