The Movement, Vol. 2: Fighting for the Future

The Movement Vol Fighting for the Future Its the corrupt cops and politicians of Coral City vs a rag tag group of young super powered vigilantes known as the Movement But after The Movement has been taken down only the powerless Vengeance M

  • Title: The Movement, Vol. 2: Fighting for the Future
  • Author: Gail Simone Freddie E. Williams II
  • ISBN: 9781401249526
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • Its the corrupt cops and politicians of Coral City vs a rag tag group of young super powered vigilantes known as the Movement But after The Movement has been taken down, only the powerless Vengeance Moth is left to protect the streets from the Graveyard Faction Critically acclaimed writer Gail Simone concludes her run on this fascinating new series Collects THE MOVEMENTIts the corrupt cops and politicians of Coral City vs a rag tag group of young super powered vigilantes known as the Movement But after The Movement has been taken down, only the powerless Vengeance Moth is left to protect the streets from the Graveyard Faction Critically acclaimed writer Gail Simone concludes her run on this fascinating new series Collects THE MOVEMENT 7 12.

    One thought on “The Movement, Vol. 2: Fighting for the Future”

    1. This series has some problems but the cast is one that I'm interested in, for the most part. It makes me sad that I'm sure we'll never see this team again with all that was Rebirth-ed in DC comics.I still have no idea how a guy that can communicate and control rats is helpful? It doesn't make any sense? With Squirrel Girl, that ridiculousness is leaned into partially because Doreen is the main character. Also, people like squirrels. Rat Guy means well here but why?Anyway, Virtue is a great chara [...]

    2. Volume two of The Movement is a little disappointing in that it’s also the last volume. Some things are wrapped up, but really you’re just left feeling this frustrated sense of how much has been left undone, how much potential exists within this mismatched group of characters. I love the fact that the story itself brings this up, in a way: people warn Virtue that her team doesn’t fit in with how existing superheroes work and think, and she says essentially, well, one day they’ll have to. [...]

    3. Gail Simone's DCNU52 title is flawed, but I'm sorry that it didn't receive a little more time to get its feet under itself. While introducing several new characters and a new city, Simone tries to bring DC heroics down to the street level Not, just the grim and gritty stuff that large publishers usually do (Daredevil, Batman, Moon Knight etc.) The Movement was also about a group trying to assist the disadvantaged with soup kitchens, and teaching while making civic corruptions its priority.OK, it [...]

    4. Druga i ostatnia część zmagań Ruchu, który pokazuje ludzką twarz superbohaterów. Każdy z nich ma coś na sumieniu i każdego uwarunkowała jakaś trauma, jednak w pokrzepiający sposób walczą o dobro ogółu.

    5. Well, it's definitely a step up from the first volume. All the main characters actually get to make an impression this time, with the story serving the characters, rather than running roughshod over them. The concept still seems a bit over-the-top in its attempts to be PC (it seems every prominent minority is presented here), and its message is a bit heavy handed, but the stories actually work this time. The aftermath from the previous volume is worked through, there's a Batgirl crossover that i [...]

    6. I'm really starting to love The Movement and hope Gail Simone give us more with them in the DCU. This is the diversity that is needed and lacking in the comic world. Gail has made a world where sexuality something that isn't exclusive straight and white. She has made compassionate, multiracial, quirky, sassy, witty team that I would love to see in the Justice League. I really, really, really need more and hope that we will see these characters in their own universes too.

    7. I'm sad this series of diverse heroes had such a short run but am glad they were able to give it a fitting conclusion in this volume.I hope to see these characters again down the line, particularly Rainmaker and Virtue.

    8. Deze comic legt een goede basis voor de personages om in andere comics op te duiken. Ik had eigenlijk verwacht deze comic beter te vinden, maar ik miste er toch precies iets in.

    9. It's a shame that this series got cancelled when it did, as it just continued to improve and I was looking forward to finding out more about these characters.

    10. It's a shame this series got cancelled because it seems like this was the Vol where the creative team really found their mojo.

    11. read in single issues. the last issue was everything i wanted and more. wish it coulda kept going, felt like it was just hitting its stride.

    12. Incredibly sad to see this end. The final issue was everything I wanted it to be and even made me tear up a bit.

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