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The Invisibles, Vol. 5 by Grant Morrison
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Feb 27, 08

bookshelves: read-pre-12-07, borrowed, graphic-novels
Read in May, 2005

As the final(?) showdown between the Invisbles and the forces of evil careens ever closer, the pressure mounts. King Mob is beginning to feel the weight of the body count, and to wonder about the consequences of being a murderer for the forces of good. Ragged Robin, who is now leading this cell of Invisibles, is revealed to be a time-traveller from the not-so-distant future, sent back to make sure that time travel is invented. And a powerful tool, the Hand of Glory, must be recovered. Even upon re-reading it, this volume is kind of confusing; I need to re-read the whole "Boy is brainwashed" section because I still don't feel like I quite get it.
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