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Testament VOL 04: Exodus [Paperback]

Douglas Rushkoff

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Aug. 19 2008
Written by Douglas Rushkoff Art by Liam Sharp, Peter Gross and others Cover by Liam Sharp Collecting issues #17-22 of Douglas Rushkoff's acclaimed series! In this final TESTAMENT volume, Jake, now the leader of the temple, prepares the resistance to escape the bondage of Pierre Fallow. Advance-solicited; on sale August 6 - 144 pg, FC, $14.99 US - MATURE READERS

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Fitting, If Strange, Conclusion Oct. 12 2008
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Testament always suffered from the problem that the bible stories were the more fascinating component. This last book wraps up the struggle between humans, gods and their new god, currency by allowing humans to transcend into the realm of the gods. It feels, rightfully so, since it was canceled early, that this was a stopgap ending, and much more was desired to be explored. Regardless, it works, we see our characters end up where they need to be, and the ideas toyed with are novel. I would love for Rushkoff to tackle another comics project, be it series length or a mini-series.

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