Suicide Risk, Vol. 5

Suicide Risk, Vol. 5

Leo Winters and Requiem have managed to put aside their differences to face the oncoming threat together, but there’s a bigger enemy at play, one that seeks not only to destroy Requiem by any means necessary, but possibly, the world...

Mike Carey (Lucifer, The Unwritten) and artist Elena Casagrande (Hulk, Hack/Slash) continue to tell amazing stories in this critically acclaimed fifth volume of SUICIDE RISK.

Title:Suicide Risk, Vol. 5
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781608867219
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    Suicide Risk, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Martin

    Collecting issues 18 to 21, this penultimate volume sets the stage for the grand finale expected in Suicide Risk Vol. 6. First is a stand-alone issue revealing more background information on Requiem's...

  • Shannon Appelcline

    Suicide Risk is returning to its original heights, as the story finally gels and we push toward the conclusion.To start with, there's a brilliant one-off that begins this volume, which offers a great ...

  • Jason

    [This review is for the entire series, comprised of 6 volumes] I had never heard about this when it came out; Patrick at the comic shop said they pitched it as a cop drama so as not to give away the m...

  • 47Time

    Tracey aquires the P-Wand from Haley and Jed. She and Dr. Maybe start gathering Requiem's followers by removing the blockers from their minds. Many of them accept Requem's offer to join him and stop t...

  • Fahim Ahmed

    Talk about starting well and then turning into a grand ole' flustercuck. Seriously, what happened to this story? I'm pretty sure the word here is Cancellation. The plot is lightning fast, the characte...

  • Diana

    i still don't know if i like this series or not. i can tell it's really good but I'm not enjoying it...