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Review: “The Wicked + The Divine” #3
After five years, we reach the final volume. We do not go gentle into that good night, but go driving a converted tank, covered in glitter and spangles, with a sound system audible from Mars blaring nothing but bangers. Gods, pop stars, an ending. Who are we to deny you. So many people have been great at helping at this, so there will be applause for everyone.
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The series is largely influenced by pop music and various mythological deities, and includes the themes of life and death in the story. It has also been noted for its diverse portrayal of ethnicity, sexuality and gender social roles. The narrative follows a young teenage girl, Laura, as she interacts with the Pantheon, a group of twelve people who discover that they are reincarnated deities. This discovery grants them fame and supernatural powers, with the stipulation that they will die within two years as part of a ninety-year cycle known as the Recurrence. The series was announced on 9 January ,  and the first issue was released in June The single issues, excluding the specials, are currently collected across seven trade paperbacks, and three hardcover trades.