Oblivion Song, Vol. 1

Oblivion Song, Vol. 1

A decade ago 300,000 citizens of Philadelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attempt to recover them but after many years they gave up. Nathan Cole? won?t. He makes daily trips, risking his life to try and rescue those lost, alone and afraid, living in the apocalyptic hellscape of Oblivion. But maybe? Nathan is looking for something else? Why can A decade ago 300,000 citizens of Philadelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attempt to ...

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Title:Oblivion Song, Vol. 1
Author:Robert Kirkman
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Genres:Sequential Art
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Oblivion Song, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Tom
    Apr 18, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

  • Shannon
    Oct 06, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

  • Phillip
    Sep 25, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

  • GrilledCheeseSamurai
    Aug 21, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

  • Kate
    May 12, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

  • unknown
    Jun 01, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

  • Theresa
    Aug 20, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

  • Billie
    May 02, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

  • Emily
    Aug 12, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

  • Pop Bop
    Sep 21, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

    Really great first issue. ...

    Dans ce comic book avec au scénario le scénariste des comics "The Walking Dead", on arrive sur une Terre où une partie de Philadelphie s'est retrouvée expulsée mystérieusement dans une autre dimension. Mais cette dernière se révèle plutôt hostile, avec des bêtes carnivores ...

    Meine Liebe zu Comics reicht weit zurück, beruht allerdings hauptsächlich auf Asterix&Obelix sowie den Abrafaxen und erst vor wenigen Monaten habe ich (neben Animes und Mangas) das Subgenre der Graphic Novels entdeckt. Nachdem ich dann einiges online gelesen habe, war ich mir imm...

    [Read as single issues] In one fell swoop, the world was changed. A section of Philadelphia was transported to an alternate dimension filled with monstrous creatures and dangers the likes of which the human race had never seen. Now, ten years later, only one person continues to vent...

    Starts Well, Gets A Little Soapy, Gets Back on Track The premise here is very cool. A big chunk of Philadelphia was somehow shifted into a neighboring monster filled pocket universe, ("Oblivion"), and our hero can jump back and forth from here to there. He's trying to find his lost ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Sep 15, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 15, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

    Really great first issue. ...

    Dans ce comic book avec au scénario le scénariste des comics "The Walking Dead", on arrive sur une Terre où une partie de Philadelphie s'est retrouvée expulsée mystérieusement dans une autre dimension. Mais cette dernière se révèle plutôt hostile, avec des bêtes carnivores ...

    Meine Liebe zu Comics reicht weit zurück, beruht allerdings hauptsächlich auf Asterix&Obelix sowie den Abrafaxen und erst vor wenigen Monaten habe ich (neben Animes und Mangas) das Subgenre der Graphic Novels entdeckt. Nachdem ich dann einiges online gelesen habe, war ich mir imm...

    [Read as single issues] In one fell swoop, the world was changed. A section of Philadelphia was transported to an alternate dimension filled with monstrous creatures and dangers the likes of which the human race had never seen. Now, ten years later, only one person continues to vent...

  • Mars Dorian
    Jul 03, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

  • Jason Rico
    Jan 30, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

  • Cæcilie
    Mar 31, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

    Really great first issue. ...

  • Diane Hernandez
    Sep 09, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

  • Chad
    Sep 23, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

  • Rian *fire and blood*
    Jul 20, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

  • Donovan
    May 03, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

  • Jaden Revis
    Jun 11, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

  • Logan
    Sep 18, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

  • Roy
    Sep 17, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

  • Maïla Led
    May 29, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

    Really great first issue. ...

    Dans ce comic book avec au scénario le scénariste des comics "The Walking Dead", on arrive sur une Terre où une partie de Philadelphie s'est retrouvée expulsée mystérieusement dans une autre dimension. Mais cette dernière se révèle plutôt hostile, avec des bêtes carnivores ...

  • Ben Brown
    Aug 09, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

  • Paul E. Morph
    Aug 10, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

  • Lena Creutz
    May 24, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

    A decade after part of the city disappears, our main character is still dedicated into entering the monster infested area to search for survivors. The government wants him to stop, and not all who are rescued were necessairyly looking to go home. I'm impressed with what Kirkman has...

    This is an Advance Edition of the trade of the first four issues of Oblivion Song and I had to add it manually, so no review and no star rating because I'm not sure if I should yet. ...

    Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I?m not madly in love with the artwork. It?s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman?s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I?m curious to see what comes next. ...

    This plot had a set-up that I really enjoyed. A weird catastrophe transmits about ten square miles of Philadelphia into an alternate dimension and vice versa (or something of the sort, thankfully it does not get bogged down with the exact mechanics of this). Weird flora and fauna are i...

    Really great first issue. ...

    Dans ce comic book avec au scénario le scénariste des comics "The Walking Dead", on arrive sur une Terre où une partie de Philadelphie s'est retrouvée expulsée mystérieusement dans une autre dimension. Mais cette dernière se révèle plutôt hostile, avec des bêtes carnivores ...

    Meine Liebe zu Comics reicht weit zurück, beruht allerdings hauptsächlich auf Asterix&Obelix sowie den Abrafaxen und erst vor wenigen Monaten habe ich (neben Animes und Mangas) das Subgenre der Graphic Novels entdeckt. Nachdem ich dann einiges online gelesen habe, war ich mir imm...

  • Becky
    Mar 09, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

  • Václav
    Sep 09, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

  • Jakub Kvíz
    Sep 24, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...

    Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil. Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci. Kresba mi moc nesedla, ...

  • Santiago Novelo
    Sep 15, 2018

    Fantastically written otherworld fantasy meets gritty drama. The artwork is beautiful, my only complaint is the coloring?s monochromatism can sometimes muddy details. Other than that, I?m excited for this series more than anything else by Kirkman. ...

    Giant monsters walk the land while small groups of humans try to survive - Oblivion Song is basically Image?s answer to Dark Horse?s BPRD: Hell on Earth, and, like that series, it?s pants! The more detailed plot outline is that 10 years ago 300,000 people were transported to ...

    I found the premise very intriguing. Part of Philadelphia gets transported to another dimension full of giant monsters. Now it's 10 years later, a scientist has figured out how to reach the other dimension and is bringing the people back one by one. This would be 5 stars for me if it w...

    A really good start to Robert Kirkman's new series. I'm digging it so far and look forward to see where it's going. The artwork's gorgeous, with a special shout-out to the colourist; beautiful work! ...

    One arc into Robert Kirkman?s new series ?Oblivion Song,? and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I?m hooked. Like in ?The Walking Dead? and ?Outcast,? Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise whi...

    I was a bit sceptical at the start. I found it awfully slow with the world building and the introduction of the characters. Ive always enjoyed post apocalyptic themed stories and this was no exception. The slow build up really ramped up until the ending. I can see the world or worlds b...

    I read and enjoyed an advance edition of the first trade, featuring four of the first six issues. It's a fun story that feels a little bit familiar, but the writing and characters are interesting and layered, and there's a compelling twist at the end of issue 4 that sets up much confli...

    My reading/opinion might be hindered because this was a physical ARC and not the final copy. This was a solid intro to a new series but I wasn?t connecting to the characters. For a start my reading felt disjointed due to a lack of chapter separation. I?m hoping the final copy ad...

    This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something. Not much else to say. It...

    I was so excited to get an advanced copy at BEA this is one of my new favorite series! ...

    The Walking Dead + Black Science + Black Hammer. That's Oblivion Song. I had not heard anything about Kirkman's newest title until I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advance Reader Edition TPB, featuring the first six issues. From the synopsis alone, I knew it was right up ...

    This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it. However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - ...

    Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large p...

    Well, despite my friends disagree on this, I like Oblivion song. The story, world and the art. De Felici's art, for me, bit resonates with my favourite David Rubín, and I really like it. It's playful, colourful, strong inking and sharp style. I'm really enjoying that. And I really enj...

    Oblivion Song Vol 1 is a great sci-fi horror comic by the creator of The Walking Dead. Oblivion was created ten years prior when Philadelphia was overrun by huge alien beasts from an alternate dimension. Unfortunately, the beasts like the taste of human flesh. 20,000 are missing and...

    I received an ARC of this graphic novel at BEA 2018. There is no doubt that Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead and Outcast) writes a good story. 10 years after the transference, a rift that opened to another plane of existence, scientist Nathan Cole is still trying to recover his brother...

    THE WALKING DEAD and BLACK SCIENCE had a baby, and they named it OBLIVION SONG. It's not as dark as either of its parents, but not quite as engaging either. The post-apocalyptic survival-horror aspect of the story doesn't appeal to me. A large portion of this story feels copied-and-...

    Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures. Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it Art style: Italian arti...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 3 ...

    The events are treated something similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That along with PTSD themes strike strong emotional chords. The main character along with supporting cast develop well while maintaining a sense of realism as they face otherworldly creatures. This sci-fi fantasy c...