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REVIEW: Undiscovered County #13


REVIEW: Undiscovered County #13

Book Title: Undiscovered County #13

Book Description: After leaving Unity the crew finds themselves in a new zone called possibility. In this zone American pop culture is life. Literally. We see some of the most famous stories come alive and make things challenging for the crew. To get out of this zone the team has to be able to create a masterpiece that can join the ranks of Casablanca, The Wizard of Oz, Thriller, Purple Rain, and Of Mice and Men as a timeless classic. What’s so hard about that?

Book Author: Scott Snyder and Charles Soule

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: Image Comics

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Illustrator: Giuseppe Camuncoli and Leonardo Marcello Grassi

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  • Editing


Undiscovered Country has been a guilty pleasure title of mine for some time. The artwork is good but not great. I don’t feel an emotional connection to a single character, yet the title stays on my pull list. 

A casual observer may ask why. The series started off with a great premise and took a strange turn after a couple issues. The strangeness keeps my curiosity piqued. Every time I think we’re at the bottom of a barrel we get a new barrel.

I love the concept of  the “Possibility” zone. After all the twists and turns we saw in “Unity” I’m eager to see what characters will join the fray in this story arc.

Out of all the titles I read, Undiscovered Country is the most polarizing among my friends. The ones that like it really do. The ones that don’t really don’t. As a geek on a budget I would recommend checking out an issue or two to see what side of the fence you’re on. This may not be the title for you. You could also find yourself wondering where this series has been your whole life.

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I grew up loving all things geek. I started reading and collecting comics when I was 8. My personal collection has roughly 8,000 books in it. When I’m not doing something geek-related I love spending time with my amazing wife and kids, gaming, and working on cross stitch projects.

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