Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2)

Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2)

Black Bolt and his unlikely allies are finally free from their strange captivity, but their escape came at a high cost. Now, the Midnight King returns to Earth with a heavy heart and a new companion: the telepathic alien Blinky, a child with nowhere left to go! But the journey home is long and full of dangers - and a horde of space pirates is the least of them! And what aw Black Bolt and his unlikely allies are finally free from their strange captivity, but their escape came at a high cost. N...

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Title:Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2)
Author:Saladin Ahmed
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free (Black Bolt (Collected Editions) #2) Reviews

  • Barondestructo
    Apr 07, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Dan Schwent
    Jun 27, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

  • Reed
    May 05, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • eHawk
    Jul 21, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

  • Ed
    May 14, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

  • Daniel Butcher
    Aug 06, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

  • Alex
    Jul 15, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

  • Francesco
    Jun 22, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

  • Bryce Perry
    Jul 12, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jun 29, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

  • charlotte
    Apr 04, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

  • Marc Lucke
    Aug 02, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Louie
    Aug 08, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Erin
    Jul 10, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

  • Rory Wilding
    Jul 08, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

  • Joana VerĂ­ssimo
    May 19, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

  • FrĂ©dĂ©ric
    May 19, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

  • Rick Kubina
    Apr 12, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Ash
    Apr 04, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

  • Simon
    May 23, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

  • Jim
    Jul 02, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

  • Blindzider
    Jun 29, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

  • Michal Vámoš
    Jun 06, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

  • Sebastian Song
    Apr 07, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

  • Josh
    Aug 01, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

  • vibraniums
    Apr 04, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

  • Marisa Carpico
    Jun 11, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

  • Maleficent (Chelsea) Lord
    Aug 03, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...

    Saladin Ahmed continues his powerful and impressive run of Black Bolt with the story of the Inhuman king returning home, only to find that it is not quite the happy return he wanted and the trials of his imprisonment are not yet finished. Often from unexpected places and characters,...

    This volume was a GOOD as the first :) Beautiful art and a beautiful story :) The art is exquisite, the simple traces of the pencil and once again, the use of vibrants colors, giving the story this scifi and dream sequence feel. And I really just want that last page/last issue cover b...

    Ehhhh, I'm going to only give it two stars. I got bored with this volume, realizing that Black Bolt wasn't really in it that much, focusing more on the supporting characters. The novelty and uniqueness (which is still there) wore off, and the art was at times difficult to follow. While...

    An ill-fitting conclusion for a book that started out with epicness and vulnerability. Not even an issue of Frazer Irving's nightmarish art helps seal the deal, all because the plot just doesn't cut it. Especially since a whole issue (and an emotional arc from earlier) is negated by a ...

    It is a human story about an inhuman and an alien. It is a story about love and facing fears and finding your home, your voice and your family. Ahmed and Ward and the rest of the team did a wonderful job of giving Black Bolt, usually just a stoic, voiceless, humorless character his ...

    Solid ending to a fantastic series. I cried at the absorbing man's funeral. Saladin Ahmed and Frazer Irving were able to give Crusher Creel enough humanity and character to evoke actual tears. Amazing. ...

    I wanted so badly to love this as much as Volume 1, but I found a lot of the dialogue to be a bit cringy and I didn't feel the need to fully devour this book in one sitting like I did with Volume 1. I do wish it could have continued on though, I'd like to see where it could have gone. ...

    You know, I've mostly enjoyed this series (Crusher! Titania! The phenomenal art!), but I'm certainly never going anywhere near the inhumans ever again. Even a good writer (which Ahmed is) can't get them past their core lameness. ...

    First off, this is really a 4.5. What a glorious end to a very layered and emotionally complex story. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give the creative team here is that they made me care deeply about a character and history about which I had no prior experience. Ward deserves a ...

    Trippy and very scifi...not my taste. ...

    Kouzelný. Kresba, vypráv?ní, postavy, v?e ú?asný. Jen ke konci docela wtf mindfuck, který si myslím, ?e nebyl úpln? nutný. Jinak super. Hrozná ?koda, ?e to zru?ili. ...

    Still carries the emotional heft of the first book, but without quite as compact a storyline. ...

    Not easy to explore a silent character. This was so cinematic, and I love how action is portrayed in this book, as well as color. ...

    me, annoyed that marvel cancelled this ??? more likely than YOU think ...

    A simple tale told so well. ...

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  • Malum
    Jul 07, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

  • ion
    Jun 12, 2018

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her? I liked Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time so this one was a no-brainer for me. Still, I...

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whisper. However, writer Saladin Ahmed and artist Christian Ward found a way as the silent k...

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long, especially when "no body was recovered". But, hey, that's the nature of comic book...

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful revelations on Black Bolt's past but... too many explaining captions all over the ...

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans backstory that it had so skillfully skirted in the first volume. The funeral for Creel...

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel?s wife, Titania, and hell hath no fury like a supervillain grieving. And then, when the old enemies of...

    i will literally fight marvel to the death for cancelling this ...

    If only all comics could be this gorgeous. ...