The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 9: Okay

The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 9: Okay

After five years, we reach the final volume. We go not gentle into that good night, but go driving a converted tank, covered in glitter and spangles, with a soundsystem audible from Mars blaring nothing but bangers. Gods, pop stars, an ending. We'll ...

Title:The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 9: Okay
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534312494
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    The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 9: Okay Reviews

  • Artemy

    So this is it, the end of The Wicked + The Divine. The end of an era, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s magnum opus five years in the making. A book that got me into comics, the one I’ve been fol...

  • Drew

    5+ out of 5.Fuck off, it's perfect. It's a perfect ending, one that clears up so much of the confusing mythos of the series thus far -- and it does it in ways that made me gasp. The ending, in particu...

  • L.S. Popovich

    Wicked+ The Divine elicited mixed feelings from me as a series. Some hits and misses. Most of the home runs were in the latter part of the series. Overall, I'd say it was worth powering through the be...

  • Rod Brown

    On the back cover artist Jamie McKelvie is quoted as saying, "I've been drawing this book for five years, the least you can do is read it." It's meant to be funny, but at this point it truly is the on...

  • Sina Tavoosi

    A good enough ending to a unique comic book. My main problem with the series is that it takes a while to tell you what it's all about, and after all that build-up, it's... just weird? There were so ma...

  • Alex Sarll

    The end of 6,000 years, or looked at another way, five. In which two guys I knew before they were even cult figures pulled off the Ziggy Stardust gambit, and told a story about fame that made them fam...

  • Katey Moore

    A decent end to a confusing and beautiful series. I really want to go back and read them all the way through, make a flow chart, read some critiques online, and basically fully immerse myself in this ...

  • Ed Erwin

    While I loved the first 2 volumes, I enjoyed it less as it continued. Still I pushed on through....

  • Laura

    General concept spoilers because it'll be hard to talk about this book otherwise."The Prometheus gambit? To kill someone and get a god's powers? We were all doing that. We were killing ourselves to be...

  • Kate

    wow. i don’t really know what to say. i kinda consider wicdiv as the book that got me into print comics, that taught me i could obsess over and adore and be emotionally invested in characters and st...