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Seven Secrets #10 Review: Bold Storytelling
To see that and a (somewhat) new player stepping onto the board makes Seven Secrets #10 a surefire delight. Seven Secrets #10 Cover Credit: BOOM! Studios Seven cases holding seven secrets guarded by fourteen people and supported by a larger network, all under siege by forces they themselves spawned That means dividing to conquer and a heist that[...]
Cover image for SEVEN SECRETS #10 CVR A DI NICUOLO
Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets continues at explosive publisher BOOM! Studios on Wednesday with the release of Seven Secrets #10 Traditionally, comic book heroes are plagued by Daddy issues Batman's father from another dimension is an evil Batman that wants to prevent him from being Batman The Hulk's dad is literally the[...]
Seven Secrets #9 Review: Relentless Sense of Urgency
With a relentless sense of urgency and very savvy choices made in the narrative and artistic structure, Seven Secrets #9 is another sure-fire winner from a creative team that seems totally in sync A slight reset of the board after a very bloody exchange gives everyone an opportunity to move the plot forward and get[...]
Interior preview page from SEVEN SECRETS #9 CVR A DI NICUOLO
Seven Secrets #9 is in stores from explosive publisher BOOM! Studios on Wednesday, and not a moment too soon! This series is well behind pace at this point Nine issues so far, and only one of seven secrets have been revealed? Is this series going to go on for another fifty issues?! Check out the[...]
Seven Secrets #8 Review: Pulse-Pounding Action
The character building of previous issues has to take a back seat for a six-pack of kicking butt, opened and sprayed everywhere, but Seven Secrets #8 is still one heck of an enjoyable ride. Seven Secrets #8 Cover Credit: BOOM! Studios The Order has been charged with keeping seven briefcases secure and hidden from the world via[...]
Cover image for SEVEN SECRETS #8 CVR A DI NICUOLO
Controversial billionaire Elon Musk may desire to lead the human race to colonize Mars, but in this preview of Seven Secrets #8 from explosive publisher BOOM! Studios, an analog for Musk decides to head there on his own The nameless billionaire featured in the comic flees to Mars when the first secret is unleashed, and[...]
Seven Secrets #1 Gets Fifth Printing As Every Issue Goes Back To Print
As we brought to your attention last week, Boom Studios is reprinting every issue of Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets That means the first issue is getting a fifth printing, which puts it in the company of Thor by Donny Cates and Nic Klein and Strange Academy by Skottie Young and Humberto[...]
Seven Secrets #6 Review: It's Time To Get Weird
This amazing issue does the impossible: taking the brilliance of this already epic series and kicking it up into a wholly unseen and unexpected level. Seven Secrets #6 Cover Credit: BOOM! Studios The Order that protects the secrets has been forced out of their hidden fortress by a group called the Seekers The Seekers forced the last[...]
Multiple Printings From Dark Horse, Boom, Image, Marvel, Scout, Vault
Plenty of comics getting second, third and even fifth printings, Phantom Starkiller from Scout Comics, Ha Ha from Image, Gwenom Vs Carnage and Amazing Spider-Man from Marvel, I Walk With Monsters from Vault and lots for Seven Secrets from Boom Covers where we have them… Phantom Starkiller #1 2nd printing PHANTOM STARKILLER #1 3RD PTG DEC208153 SCOUT COMICS (W) Peter[...]
Seven Secrets Orders Jump 42% With Issue #6
Boom Studios launched their "Must Read" initiative at the beginning of the year with series like Seven Secrets and We Only Find Them When They're Dead Well, Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets is certainly living up to Boom's hype recently. Like Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover and James Tynion IV and Martin[...]
Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: 2020 Halloween Special Review
Seven Secrets is writer Tom Taylor's first creator-owned comic He and artist Daniele Di Nicuollo, colorists Walter Baiamonte and Joan Moldez Oday, and letterer Ed Dukeshire are back with the fourth issue of this action-packed thriller Let's check it out. Seven Secrets #4 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios In its first issues, Seven Secrets felt like perhaps the most derivative comic coming[...]
The Seven Secrets #3 Secret Variant So Secret Almost No One Saw It
As we informed you last month, Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicoulo's Seven Secrets #3 went to a second printing after selling out immediately as it went on-sale That second printing released last week, and much like Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover, Boom Studios snuck a secret (how clever) variant into the second printing. The[...]
Seven Secrets #4 Review: Relentless Application of Craft
In true Stan Lee fashion, you should get caught up on the deal: an ancient organization fields some of the best trained, most skilled clandestine operatives in the world called Holders and Keepers to protect seven suitcases, each holding a secret that cannot be revealed to the world. The cover of Seven Secrets #4[...]
Stillwater #2 Review:
Seven Secrets #1 and #2 felt less like the first two issues of a series and more like an illustrated guide to how much Tom Taylor loves Saga Does the series improve at all in the third issue? Seven Secrets #3 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios Seven Secrets #3 is the first of the whole series that seems to move the[...]
Seven Secrets #3 Review: Your New Favorite Comic Book
With cinematic camera angles, effective characterization, and lore that gets more effective with every issue, Seven Secrets #3 is your new favorite comic book. A teenager named Caspar has a chance to step into a role of importance with a secret order charged with guarding seven briefcases holding secrets that cannot come to light This organization[...]