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Coda Vol. 3
Coda Vol. 3 | Simon Spurrier
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The final chapter in the critically-acclaimed "broken fantasy" series by Eisner-nominated creator Simon Spurrier (The Spire, Six-Gun Gorilla) and illustrator Matas Bergara (Supergirl, Cannibal). Hum is at rock bottom. His estranged wife has left him for good. He's stuck in the middle of the harsh desert wastelands. And he's even been abandoned by his mutant unicorn. But just as the world saw another tomorrow after the disastrous Quench...life goes on. Now, the former bard must discover for himself what it means to live -- to truly live -- in a broken fantasy. Written by Eisner Award-nominated author Simon Spurrier (Sandman Universe, The Spire) and beautifully illustrated by artist Matas Bergara (Supergirl, Cannibal), Coda Volume Three concludes the critically-acclaimed series that elevates the best of the dystopian fantasy genre into an engaging, emotional tale.
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This comic started out weird & entertaining & just kept on getting weirder & even more entertaining as it powered through to a very satisfying end. Mutant unicorns, landlocked mermaids, demons, ogres, bandits & thieves (& more) inhabit a post-magic world in this rousing dystopian fantasy. I didn‘t love the artwork (though there were some visually stunning panels) but I do think it fit the story. Vol. 2 was good, Vol. 3 even better. Fun read.

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