PopCultHQ Comic Book Review: AGP’s – PROJECT NEMESIS #5


In that moment when you think to yourself, “Can this possibly get any worse?” It does, and it does so monumentally, as Nemesis inadvertently displays another one of her surprisingly devastating defensive abilities.

If the destruction she’s laid forth already on Hudson’s hometown wasn’t enough, this latest catastrophe will have the entire world ‘s eyes watching now. Ground zero is no longer just a town, a city or a harbor…..it’s starting to spread to an entire coast!

What can our heroes do now? Is there anything Hudson and Collins can do?

There might be one last ditch effort to put an end to all this mayhem, only there may not be enough  time to do so.

PopCultHQ rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars! 

PCHQ 4.5

Find out what happens in this jaw dropping thriller of a blockbuster monster movie-type comic book. Project Nemesis is drawing near to a close, you don’t want to miss out on what this phenomenal creative team have in store next! Jeremy Robinson’s best-selling novel adaptation with art by Matt Frank.

Project Nemesis #5 Covers: 

Official synopsis:

Hudson, Collins, and the DHS-P have tracked Nemesis’s origins while fighting a fiery helicopter battle — but they’re not the only ones with a mission. An extremely mutated General Gordon has made his way to Boston to have a word with Maigo Tilly’s father, although in Gordon’s case, the conversation might entail more killing than talking. It’s a race to the top of a Boston high-rise in this penultimate issue of kaiju madness

It’s the penultimate issue of kaiju mayhem! A strangely mutated General Gordon wanders through Boston alleyways, searching for something his monstrous heart transplant desperately wants him to find… at the top of a high-rise apartment building. Meanwhile, Nemesis continues her assault on Hudson’s home town of Beverly, and it’s going to take military-grade ammunition to stop her.

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Written by:
Jeremy Robinson
Art by:
Matt Frank
Edited by:
Holly Interlandi
Published by:
Philip Kim

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