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Overwatch #6: Destroyer #2020

Overwatch #6: Destroyer By Micky Neilson Gray Shuko Overwatch Destroyer A giant mech is terrorizing a small foreign country leveling skyscrapers and taking innocent lives Only one man possesses the know how and skill to go toe to toe with the colossal destroyer Torbj rn
  • Title: Overwatch #6: Destroyer
  • Author: Micky Neilson Gray Shuko
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  • Page: 191
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  • Overwatch #6: Destroyer By Micky Neilson Gray Shuko A giant mech is terrorizing a small foreign country, leveling skyscrapers and taking innocent lives Only one man possesses the know how and skill to go toe to toe with the colossal destroyer Torbj rn Lindholm.
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    About "Micky Neilson Gray Shuko"

    1. Micky Neilson Gray Shuko

      Micky Neilson is a two time New York Times best selling author whose graphic novels, Ashbringer 2 on the list and Pearl of Pandaria 3 have both been published in six languages As one of the first writers at Blizzard Entertainment, he has than two decades of experience in the cutting edge of the gaming industry He is currently working on a graphic novel, Rook, as well as a number of film projects In 2016 Riverdale Avenue Press published his memoir Lost and Found An Autobiography About Discovering Family, available wherever books are sold He has also self published his first full length horror novel, The Turning, and its prequel, Whisper Lake, both available on Most recently, Micky was tapped to write the comic book series The Howling Revenge of the Werewolf Queen, a continuation of the beloved 1981 Joe Dante horror film The Howling.

    210 Comments

    1. Overwatch 6 by Micky Neilson is a short digital comic book featuring Torbjorn, the Destroyer The story is very short but it may just be to get the reader know the character The art is awesome, the artist is Gray Shuko The story has easy to read fonts and flows nicely.



    2. WonderfulThis was a well written beautifully done comic a wonderful and keen insight to of the overwatch family well worth the read.


    3. Rewritten review old review incorporated into newIn the sixth issue of Overwatch Digital Comics, we follow Torb rn in his own mini adventure, Destroyer A giant mech is destroying a city, levelling sky scrapers and killing innocent people Only one man knows how to go toe to toe with the machine and come out alive Torbj rn Lindholm This issue wasn t as great as the other issues I ve read of this series It s a shame, really, and this might have done better closer to the start of the series This one [...]


    4. Torby rolls upAgain another short Overwatch story enjoyed it really wanted to see Torby go MOLTEN CORE but even though it didn t happen I still enjoyed it


    5. EpicEpic Seriously epic I mean, there isn t much I can say If you like one of these comics, chances are you re going to like the rest of them.





    6. A quick readOverwatch 6 by Micky Nelson is a graphic novel comic book which has a good plot and is well illustrated.A good quick read and good as a free download from.



    7. 3.5The story is exciting, I just found it to be the weakest in the series The character design is interesting The opening sequence is especailly good.



    8. Good conflict storyThis is a good read Good action, good story, good characters There is no development of the character, but good conflict resolution.


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    10. Great bookGreat book because it was a event that happened with the in the omnic invasion.I will recommend this book to everyone who plays torb


    11. I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds is probably one of my favourite quotes.It s good to know that Torbj rn has as story rich a background as any of the others.


    12. Since all of the Overtwatch comics are about 10 pages long I ll only be doing mini reviews for them This was an interesting look at how Torbjorn works on the field in canon, rather than in game The comic itself wasn t anything spectacular, but it did show a emotional side of him As a Torbjorn main I was delighted with this, but I have a feeling it won t be for everyone.If you re into Overwatch it s worth the read, but if you re trying to get into it I d start with a different comic personally I [...]


    13. Pretty awful set up series for what is easily the most overrated game of 2016 The stories in these six issues felt generic as hell, much like the game A few had decent art while others had done slightly interesting moments Some issue 1 were utterly pointless.




    14. FinaleThe final issue is the best of this mini series because of the action that I assume sets up the story for the video game.


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