Undiscovered Country #13 (REVIEW)

Jun 23, 2021


Undiscovered Country #13
Image Comics

Written by: Scott Snyder & Charles Soule
Art by: Giuseppe Camuncoli & Leonardo Marcello Grassi
Colors by: Matt Wilson
Letters by: Crank!

It’s been too long since we got a new issue of Undiscovered Country, which may have elevated expectations for Undiscovered Country #13 a bit. Readers are also coming off a wild end to the Graves company’s wild time in Unity — a zone I did not care for from the jump.

The group has now stumbled into Possibility, which is all about American culture. On the surface, definitely a place I’d rather be than Unity or Destiny. But one of those is my nightmare — the other, a new-age Wild West. So, it wasn’t hard to favor the third zone we’ve seen in Undiscovered Country.

However, this zone feels a little harder to read in comparison to Unity and Destiny. Maybe that’s fitting because this Possibility is all about creativity. Either way, it seems like we’re going to learn more about Val, who I’m most interested in outside of the Graves. (Honestly, I’m interested in anyone but the politicians in the group. Although, there was a very interesting development with one of them this issue)

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Readers get a look into Val’s background in Undiscovered Country #13. Certainly didn’t expect what Scott Snyder and Charles Soul gave us — whether it be her jarring early life experience or how that’s about to be relevant for her again. Seems like there’s a whole lot more for us to learn about her.

Score: 8

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