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Kingsnorth's Wake and Its Predecessors

This sounds pretty intriguing: a novel about Anglo-Saxon guerrillas fighting against their Norman conquerors in 11th-Century England, written in a sort of ersatz Old English.  495 more words


The Wake #7 - Review

By: Scott Snyder (story), Sean Murphy (art), Matt Hollingsworth (colors)

The Story: Leeward gets firsthand of the anachronistic practice of walking the plank.

The Review: … 753 more words


Pick of the Week #4 - 3/26/14 - The Wake #7/Runner-up - Injustice #3

Pick of the Week #4 – 3/26/14 – The Wake #7 (Snyder, Murphy, Hollingsworth/Vertigo) - 10 out of 10

I’ve made a grave mistake. Up until this week, I’d neglected issues 5-7 of  1,093 more words


‘the wake’

settled bird, at peace
on a calmer Lagan.

for it takes this still day –
this Solstice – to become

a wake. this shift in… 39 more words


The Wake 7

Today, Patrick and Drew are discussing The Wake 7, originally released March 26th, 2014.

Anything could happen.


Patrick: Aristotle called it “peripeteia” — the conditions that trigger a fundamental change in what we understand about a narrative.

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Comic Review: The Wake #7

Story byScott Snyder

Art bySean Murphy

Colors byMatt Hollingsworth

I just caught up on this series, and I must say that I am impressed. 399 more words


The Wake #7 Review

This article was originally published at DC Comics News on March 28, 2014.

When The Wake returned in February to tell the second half of its story, it was met with a large amount of acclaim. 680 more words