The Magic Order #5

The Magic Order #5

The Moonstone family team up against Albany and her assassin, The Venetian. Can Gabriel overcome the death of his child and save humanity from the forces of darkness? A war is waged between the last members of The Magic Order and the powers of evil that want them destroyed....

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Title:The Magic Order #5
Author:Mark Millar
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Edition Language:English

The Magic Order #5 Reviews

  • Toni  • Reviews & Randomness

    5 Stars

    This issue had one heck of a twist! Now I need to read the next one... That was tense!

  • Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)

    Damn! That was unexpected!

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I think I’ve said this every issue, but man was this an intense read! At this point I’ve come to expect that from Magic Order, but that’s a good thing. It’s really great to have a heavy hitting and dark series about mages. It’s not something you see every day, after all.

    This issue in particular felt rougher than normal though. There’s a major twist in it, so I’m going to be as vague as possible - you seriously do not want me spoiling this one. While I didn’t even remotely see it coming, I did

    I think I’ve said this every issue, but man was this an intense read! At this point I’ve come to expect that from Magic Order, but that’s a good thing. It’s really great to have a heavy hitting and dark series about mages. It’s not something you see every day, after all.

    This issue in particular felt rougher than normal though. There’s a major twist in it, so I’m going to be as vague as possible - you seriously do not want me spoiling this one. While I didn’t even remotely see it coming, I did get the sense that something was off. So in a way it’s nice to know that my gut was sort of right? It also means they did a fantastic job of throwing out some subtle hints, without giving anything away. That’s a really tough balance.

    I’m mostly looking forward to the next issue, though I’ll admit I’m also a bit worried about it. There have been a lot of heavy hits in this series – though admittedly I haven’t had a chance to get attached to most of the characters that have been horribly affected so far. But now? Now I’m starting to get to know the surviving family members, and that scares me.

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    As with the first four issues, #5 has that cinematic appeal that makes The Magic Order an interesting Netflix show in the future. Scarce on exposition and world-building, it offers a sneak-peek of this world, although it would really help me to get super invested here if Millar did just explain what the Orihalcum's powers are or what really are the motivations of Madame Albany to take over the Order.

    The penultimate issue still holds back on many vital story elements, but sets up the last issue (

    As with the first four issues, #5 has that cinematic appeal that makes The Magic Order an interesting Netflix show in the future. Scarce on exposition and world-building, it offers a sneak-peek of this world, although it would really help me to get super invested here if Millar did just explain what the Orihalcum's powers are or what really are the motivations of Madame Albany to take over the Order.

    The penultimate issue still holds back on many vital story elements, but sets up the last issue (in the arc perhaps?) to be quite a blast.

  • Aron

    4.5 Stars. Wow, nice twist there at the end. This has been a good series and I'm looking forward to the last installment with great enthusiasm.

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