The final battle is nearing between The Invisibles, freedom
fighters on a mission to save eternity, and the Archons, the
timeless forces of control who are planning to enslave mankind.
Now King Mob, Ragged Robin, Lord Fanny, Jack Frost and Jolly
Roger must prevent the crowning of the 'Moon-Child' at Westminster
Abbey, with the help of Master Six and Division X: while,
in the future, a radically changed King Mob and Jack prepare
for the end of history...
Invisible Kingdom is
a rather bizarre work. Imagine Armageddon been fought by all
your favourite 1970's cop heroes and a hooded figure that
looks like a squid and you have a rough idea of Grant
Morrison's twisted little world.
rather annoying aspect of this collection was how the artists
change every few pages - which I'm sure was some weird and
wacky alternative attempt to bend the rules of comic books.
Instead it came across as simply irritating.
were times when I was unsure what characters where on the
page. One minute we have some fantastic artwork which clearly
defines our heroes and the next it seems that the artists
from the Scooby-Doo cartoons has been let loose on
rather large complaint aside, this is an above average collection
and is a staggering 286 pages in length.
for the comic novice - this is pretty heavy going, but is
well worth staying the distance.
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