What I thought of Bodies #5

Thoughts about #1#2#3 and #4.

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Bodies really has hit a head of steam now. Yes, I was convinced that Si Spencer had thrown together a disjointed stew of a story but as I’ve been saying, this really is a comic which is going to benefit from a collected edition and a continuous read. This issue however starts to drop some answers, or at least clues to some answers to all the questions we’ve been asking about the labyrinthine plot.

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Thing is though as much as Spencer drops hints of answers he throws out new question and frankly, I’ve not got a clue what the bloody hell is going to happen in the last three issues. That in itself is a talent as Bodies has barely been predictable which has made this a better comic than I first thought. I do still think the part of the story set in the future is the weakest link but this has become a small criticism as this is part of a larger piece.

Only three issues to go til we (hopefully) get our answers.

 

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