Uber #1 CGC 9.8

Uber #1 CGC 9.8

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CGC 9.8
(W) Kieron Gillen
(A/CA) Canaan White

Writer: Kieron Gillen Cover & Art: Caanan White From the jaws of defeat, the Nazi war machine is resurrected by walking battleship superhuman soldiers who turn the tide of World War II. Kieron Gillen unveils his epic new monthly series, which rewrites history with a horrifying twist! Super soldiers now turn the machinations of the Twentieth Century's greatest madman into reality. The Ubers are here and the world will tremble at their feet. But a deeply entrenched spy could be the difference in seeing the world remade in the Nazi vision and the Allies finding a way to stem the tide.
Date Available: 05/08/2013
BONUS REVIEW by John "Doc" Schaefer


Again, Avatar keeps a tight reign on the gore and violence. I actually though it was all over when page one was a full page shot of Hitler with a gun in his mouth. But writer Kieron Gillen keeps the alternate universe-like storyline fresh and interesting. The supermen and women of the third reich have given Hitler new hope even though all sides are hitting rock bottom. But the Allies have hope in the form of a long thought lost agent behind enemy lines. Fresh hope against overwhelming despair told in a realistic style. Uber manages to overwhelm the odds against it for another issue.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


CGC 9.8
(W) Kieron Gillen
(A/CA) Canaan White

Writer: Kieron Gillen Cover & Art: Caanan White From the jaws of defeat, the Nazi war machine is resurrected by walking battleship superhuman soldiers who turn the tide of World War II. Kieron Gillen unveils his epic new monthly series, which rewrites history with a horrifying twist! Super soldiers now turn the machinations of the Twentieth Century's greatest madman into reality. The Ubers are here and the world will tremble at their feet. But a deeply entrenched spy could be the difference in seeing the world remade in the Nazi vision and the Allies finding a way to stem the tide.
Date Available: 05/08/2013
BONUS REVIEW by John "Doc" Schaefer


Again, Avatar keeps a tight reign on the gore and violence. I actually though it was all over when page one was a full page shot of Hitler with a gun in his mouth. But writer Kieron Gillen keeps the alternate universe-like storyline fresh and interesting. The supermen and women of the third reich have given Hitler new hope even though all sides are hitting rock bottom. But the Allies have hope in the form of a long thought lost agent behind enemy lines. Fresh hope against overwhelming despair told in a realistic style. Uber manages to overwhelm the odds against it for another issue.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams