Mikael Kuoppala's Reviews > DMZ, Vol. 10: Collective Punishment

DMZ, Vol. 10 by Brian Wood
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May 08, 12


After the high adrenaline drama that was M.I.A. Brian Wood lets the DMZ series take a breath. With only two volumes to go after this one, the decision feels frustrating, but is just from an artistic point of view. After a dramatic climax a story can use a time to recuperate and let all the implications of what has happened get established.

“Collective Punishment” is a collection of short stories that take place just after M.I.A. All the stories are about people waiting for what they know will be fateful events. A collection spells unevenness and that is indeed the case here as well. Nevertheless the book is balanced and substantial and it manages to further deepen the world of DMZ.
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