Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free

Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free

Black Bolt and his unlikely allies are finally free from their strange captivity, but their escape came at a high cost. Now, the Midnight King returns to Earth with a heavy heart and a new companion: the telepathic alien Blinky, a child with nowhere left to go! But the journey home is long and full of dangers - and a horde of space pirates is the least of them! And what awaits Black Bolt at his destination is judgment! In his absence, the Inhumans were rounded up and imprisoned - and now they struggle to maintain their fragile democracy. Someone must pay the price for the horrors they've endured. Will Black Bolt survive the wrath of his own people?
COLLECTING: BLACK BOLT 7-12

Title:Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781302907334
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About Saladin Ahmed

Saladin Ahmed was born in Detroit and raised in a working-class, Arab American enclave in Dearborn, MI.


    Black Bolt, Vol. 2: Home Free Reviews

  • Dan Schwent

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to earth and go to tell Titania that her husband, the Absorbing Man, is dead. The funeral is interrupted and Blinky is snatched away. Can Black Bolt and Titania save her?I...

  • Terence

    Black Bolt travels back to Earth.He seeks to set things right as much as he can.Home Free and the entire Black Bolt series was pretty forgettable. Nothing of any real importance happens and it's all o...

  • Paul E. Morph

    Truly excellent, with some wonderful character moments. Fantastic artwork, too, even from the fill-in artists.Interestingly, it was the moments where Black Bolt interacted with Medusa that were the st...

  • Chad

    Black Bolt and Blinky return to Earth. When the book focuses on the core characters and their new found friendship, the book is great. Unfortunately, Lash enters into the book and delivers a lot of no...

  • Rory Wilding

    When I initially witnessed the first issue's cover of this solo Black Bolt series, I did wonder how can one create a comic solely about a character who can destroy everything with the slightest whispe...

  • Malum

    A HUGE improvement over the last volume. Even the art is starting grow on me. The funeral part was touching but lost a lot of its impact because you know nobody stays dead in comic book world for long...

  • Roy

    The artwork here was really great. Still continues on from the previous volume and gives a mini conclusion. Its a little different to anything else Marvel is writing but I think thats why it stands ou...

  • Frédéric

    Quite the same qualities and defaults than book one: - Decent plot with a cool twist in the middle, good interactions between characters, one very well done issue (Creel's funeral) and some frightful ...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    The Midnight King has escaped from the Jailer, and now rockets back towards home with Blinky in tow. His first job is to break the bad news about the death of Crusher Creel to Creel’s wife, Titania,...

  • Ed

    The second half of Ahmed's Black Bolt run isn't as strong as the first. Issue 7 is sad and sweet with a great guest artist. But starting with issue 8, the book runs headlong into complicated Inhumans ...