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After escaping abject terror in the events of Full Throttle Dark, Val, Em, Bailey, and the Ferrymen are seeking out the location of Eos, the place where evil was first unleashed onto the world as the sun was forever set. As our heroes traverse the shade-infested waters, shocking new pacts will have to be forged if they ever hope to survive. Legendary creators Scott Snyder ( After escaping abject terror in the events of Full Throttle Dark, Val, Em, Bailey, and the Ferrymen are seeking out the location of Eos, the place where evil was first unleashed onto the world as the sun was forever set. As our heroes traverse the shade-infested waters, shocking new pacts will have to be forged if they ever hope to survive. Legendary creators Scott Snyder (Dark Knights: Death Metal, Wytches) and Tony S. Daniel (Batman, Deathstroke) provide all-new scares in the next arc of this pulse-pounding hit ongoing series. Also included, a chilling origin tale for series antagonist Blacktop Bill. Collects NOCTERRA #7-11 & NOCTERRA: BLACKTOP BILL SPECIAL


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After escaping abject terror in the events of Full Throttle Dark, Val, Em, Bailey, and the Ferrymen are seeking out the location of Eos, the place where evil was first unleashed onto the world as the sun was forever set. As our heroes traverse the shade-infested waters, shocking new pacts will have to be forged if they ever hope to survive. Legendary creators Scott Snyder ( After escaping abject terror in the events of Full Throttle Dark, Val, Em, Bailey, and the Ferrymen are seeking out the location of Eos, the place where evil was first unleashed onto the world as the sun was forever set. As our heroes traverse the shade-infested waters, shocking new pacts will have to be forged if they ever hope to survive. Legendary creators Scott Snyder (Dark Knights: Death Metal, Wytches) and Tony S. Daniel (Batman, Deathstroke) provide all-new scares in the next arc of this pulse-pounding hit ongoing series. Also included, a chilling origin tale for series antagonist Blacktop Bill. Collects NOCTERRA #7-11 & NOCTERRA: BLACKTOP BILL SPECIAL

30 review for Nocterra Vol. 2: Pedal to the Metal

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    The narration has switched from Val to the young girl she saved in the last volume, Em. I'm not sure I liked Em quite as much, but there you go - I didn't write it. So this time around they've got a goal that includes more than just survival. They think they know a way to bring back the light. But in order to find the place they need to infiltrate, they may have to team up with the sociopathic Blacktop Bill. dun, dun, dun... And a nice twisty cliffhanger at the end made me want to come back for more The narration has switched from Val to the young girl she saved in the last volume, Em. I'm not sure I liked Em quite as much, but there you go - I didn't write it. So this time around they've got a goal that includes more than just survival. They think they know a way to bring back the light. But in order to find the place they need to infiltrate, they may have to team up with the sociopathic Blacktop Bill. dun, dun, dun... And a nice twisty cliffhanger at the end made me want to come back for more. I've probably said this too many times, but I prefer Snyder's horror to his work in mainstream comics, and Nocterra hits a sweet spot for me. Recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    A good follow up volume from the first, with a unlikely alliance and a big shift from the finale. I get kinda frustrated with the result of the arc but the finale doesn't shock me. Interested to see how much more gas this has in the tank, no matter how gorgeous it is to look at A good follow up volume from the first, with a unlikely alliance and a big shift from the finale. I get kinda frustrated with the result of the arc but the finale doesn't shock me. Interested to see how much more gas this has in the tank, no matter how gorgeous it is to look at

  3. 4 out of 5

    Xroldx

    Continuing the Mad Max with creepy monsters vibe but this time with a shift of the stories perspective, more world building and great action panels.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Clay Bartel

    Synder continues to deliver an entertaining original storyline about the sun being blacked out and shade creatures--zombie like vampire monsters--chasing a group of truckers down. It consistently is a easy and fast read. It's by no means the greatest thing ever, BUT I'm a fan of Snyder and Tony S. Daniel and the writing and art are top notch. As far as original books I've been excited to follow Crossover and Nocterra have been top of my reading pile! If your a fan of monster stories check this out! Synder continues to deliver an entertaining original storyline about the sun being blacked out and shade creatures--zombie like vampire monsters--chasing a group of truckers down. It consistently is a easy and fast read. It's by no means the greatest thing ever, BUT I'm a fan of Snyder and Tony S. Daniel and the writing and art are top notch. As far as original books I've been excited to follow Crossover and Nocterra have been top of my reading pile! If your a fan of monster stories check this out!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    3.5, rounded up Nocterra's second arc introduces some new villains, and changes up the composition of Sundog Convoy even as we barrel towards our next confrontation. I think my main complaint about this book is that Blacktop Bill is fast becoming the main character, and he's an enormous pile of dicks so I really don't want that to happen. A good villain is great, but they can overstay their welcome, which I'm worried is what's going to happen here. He's depraved and vile, but Scott Snyder and Tony 3.5, rounded up Nocterra's second arc introduces some new villains, and changes up the composition of Sundog Convoy even as we barrel towards our next confrontation. I think my main complaint about this book is that Blacktop Bill is fast becoming the main character, and he's an enormous pile of dicks so I really don't want that to happen. A good villain is great, but they can overstay their welcome, which I'm worried is what's going to happen here. He's depraved and vile, but Scott Snyder and Tony Daniel clearly enjoy him a lot, so he gets his own origin special as well as a starring role in the rest of the issues collected here, to the detriment of the other characters. The world building's still pretty good though, and I like the math references that frame each issue; the inner monologues are solid and give a good sense of the differences between the characters (when we get to see them), and it's already apparent that this series is going to get much wider in scope before it ends. A decent second arc, but with a nagging asterix at the end. Don't Negan this one up, guys.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    I don't think I hidden two think I thing about Snyder. The first is that I am a fan of his American Vampire series. The second being the last couple of big series he did for DC were meh-at best. Was leaving DC best for Snyder-probably. Nocterra is definitely a move back towards his horror roots. This volume adds to the cast and the explanation of what (might have) caused the Big Dark. The Big Dark is when the sunlight disappeared. It is always pitch dark, and if the living stay out in the dark t I don't think I hidden two think I thing about Snyder. The first is that I am a fan of his American Vampire series. The second being the last couple of big series he did for DC were meh-at best. Was leaving DC best for Snyder-probably. Nocterra is definitely a move back towards his horror roots. This volume adds to the cast and the explanation of what (might have) caused the Big Dark. The Big Dark is when the sunlight disappeared. It is always pitch dark, and if the living stay out in the dark too long they become monsters that eat people. The cast grows, and maybe shrinks because the last page is... Wow.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Milind Jha

    Continuing the saga of Val and her convoy, this volume focuses a lot more on Black Top Bill compared to last volume but somehow his x-factor seems to have gone down a bit. Sill even this volume has enough twist and turns to make it a compelling graphic novel.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Adam Walker

    Read this as single issues and I’m finding this comic run incredibly refreshing given the current climate.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ross Binder

  10. 5 out of 5

    Todd Goates

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline

  12. 5 out of 5

    Leonora

  13. 5 out of 5

    Daniel K

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sebulba

  15. 5 out of 5

    Brendan Wright

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sean Trinder

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dena Burnett

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chad Williams

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sam Hval

  20. 4 out of 5

    WakefulNight

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brian Harrison

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jared Beattie

  23. 5 out of 5

    JJ

  24. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Ward

  25. 4 out of 5

    Paul Harris

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ingelin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anita

  29. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Rooks

  30. 5 out of 5

    Derek Moreland

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