‘The Movement’ Divides in Issue #6
Comparing The Movement to The Authority is inevitable, but is it accurate? One of comics’ most proactive superteams is a lot more street-level than their cosmic clubhouse counterparts, and, like a lot of real-life movements, held together as much by their core concepts’ lack of definition than the presence of it. When those concepts begin to delineate themselves, you get a schism like this month’s, when Tremor and Katharsis disagree about how much mercy to show. The former’s more powerful, but the latter’s more brutal, and–as her codename implies–brings equilibrium at a bloody price.
Now that you’re all caught up, enjoy the brawl by writer Gail Simone and artist Freddie Williams II, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean!
Don’t miss what comes next in The Movement #6!
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