The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention

The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention

In the past: awful stuff. In the present: awful stuff. But, increasingly, answers.Collects THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #34-39...

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Title:The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention
Author:Kieron Gillen
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Edition Language:English

The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention Reviews

  • Lilith Knight

    This series is coming to an end and I'm not sure if I'm mentally prepared.

    was a long, emotionally draining mindfuck of a volume. Probably my fave, too.

  • Devann

    Oh my god, it feels like it's been 84 years since I actually enjoyed a volume of this series because it's also been 84 years since I had literally any idea at all what the fuck was going on. This volume definitely shines a lot more light on everything that has been happening, and even though it does it in a way that raises about a hundred more questions it's still great to feel like we're actually making some significant progress plot-wise.

    Also, most relatable moment:

  • Maija

    We're getting close to the end now!

  • Artemy

    I don't know if the series is actually getting better again or if I'm just excited that WicDiv is ending in just one more volume, but I thought Mothering Invention was pretty good, probably the best arc since volume 3 of the series. Gillen delves back into ancient history with his divine mythos, which leads to us finally getting answers to some of the most important questions of the entire series. Of course, it could still all go horribly wrong in the end, but I have hope — Gillen is a smart and

    I don't know if the series is actually getting better again or if I'm just excited that WicDiv is ending in just one more volume, but I thought Mothering Invention was pretty good, probably the best arc since volume 3 of the series. Gillen delves back into ancient history with his divine mythos, which leads to us finally getting answers to some of the most important questions of the entire series. Of course, it could still all go horribly wrong in the end, but I have hope — Gillen is a smart and thoughtful writer who has rarely let me down before, and he has a great track record of sticking his landings. There's no reason not to trust him... right?

  • Agnė

    As the whole series is coming to an end (I believe there's going to be one more volume?), the things are getting clearer, but there is still enough mystery and confusion left. If you, like me, read each volume as it comes out without rereading the previous ones, I highly recommend this

    that summarizes all the previous issues. Maybe because we are finally getting some answers in

    , or maybe the short recaps of all the previous issues made me connect

    As the whole series is coming to an end (I believe there's going to be one more volume?), the things are getting clearer, but there is still enough mystery and confusion left. If you, like me, read each volume as it comes out without rereading the previous ones, I highly recommend this

    that summarizes all the previous issues. Maybe because we are finally getting some answers in

    , or maybe the short recaps of all the previous issues made me connect some dots I've forgotten about, I felt less lost and enjoyed the storyline more than in the past three volumes. And, as always, I loved the art:

  • Neil (or bleed)

    I'm still confused! But, at least, I'm getting all the answers I need!

  • Emily Bird

    This helped answer a lot of questions, but does it really need to be this difficult.

  • Calista

    This book went into the past and told some of the story. That saved it from being a 2 star story from me. I like how they went frame by frame each 95 years from like 4000 BC onward. It is a history. There is a story playing here with Ananke. We learn quite a bit.

    Am I tired of this story? Yes, it should have ended the last book. This story is so long in the tooth now and it still didn't end. I'm tired of it. There was a decent twist at the end that I did not see coming, but it wasn't enough to e

    This book went into the past and told some of the story. That saved it from being a 2 star story from me. I like how they went frame by frame each 95 years from like 4000 BC onward. It is a history. There is a story playing here with Ananke. We learn quite a bit.

    Am I tired of this story? Yes, it should have ended the last book. This story is so long in the tooth now and it still didn't end. I'm tired of it. There was a decent twist at the end that I did not see coming, but it wasn't enough to excite me about this volume. A lot of answers are giving while asking as many more. Everything is wearing thin. I think I'm simply tired of violence. There is too much in the real world around us for me to want to read or watch it right now. I've been looking for softer things.

    I know fans of this series love it. I thought it started out strong and it's now dragging under it's own weight- but this is only my opinion. I hope the next one is better. I'm to far in now to bail without an ending.

  • Alex Sarll

    While there are lots of little ways in which I've never wholly bought into the conceit behind this series, the character interactions at its heart have been consistently brilliant. But this far down the line, the cast has been winnowed down in all manner of horrible ways, and here we pull out into a series of studies in isolation, darkness and millennia-long spite. It has at times been hard going, all the more so for the delays between issues, but it's still very obviously the work of a creative

    While there are lots of little ways in which I've never wholly bought into the conceit behind this series, the character interactions at its heart have been consistently brilliant. But this far down the line, the cast has been winnowed down in all manner of horrible ways, and here we pull out into a series of studies in isolation, darkness and millennia-long spite. It has at times been hard going, all the more so for the delays between issues, but it's still very obviously the work of a creative team at the peak of their considerable powers. And I can't help but love how much of the despair centres on Highbury & Islington station, which for my first 15 years in London was very much part of my manor.

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