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Collects: 27 The Wicked Gnomes; 28 The Iron God. Contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. Written by Peter O'Donnell, art by Romero. Collects: 27 The Wicked Gnomes; 28 The Iron God. Contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. Written by Peter O'Donnell, art by Romero.


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Collects: 27 The Wicked Gnomes; 28 The Iron God. Contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. Written by Peter O'Donnell, art by Romero. Collects: 27 The Wicked Gnomes; 28 The Iron God. Contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. Written by Peter O'Donnell, art by Romero.

32 review for The Iron God (Modesty Blaise Graphic Novel)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stewart Tame

    With volume seven, we drop to just two stories per book. Rising production costs, most likely. “The Wicked Gnomes” is another personal favorite. Modesty and Willie seem to be at their best when there's a bit of an absurd element to the situation. I’d say that the image of the pair in costume helping at a village Christmas fete alongside a pair of ruthless killers modeled on Laurel and Hardy certainly qualifies! In “The Iron God”, engine trouble forces the intrepid pair’s plane down in the jungles With volume seven, we drop to just two stories per book. Rising production costs, most likely. “The Wicked Gnomes” is another personal favorite. Modesty and Willie seem to be at their best when there's a bit of an absurd element to the situation. I’d say that the image of the pair in costume helping at a village Christmas fete alongside a pair of ruthless killers modeled on Laurel and Hardy certainly qualifies! In “The Iron God”, engine trouble forces the intrepid pair’s plane down in the jungles of New Guinea where they stumble upon a caper involving a girl in danger, a tribe of headhunters, an old acquaintance from their Network days, and a fortune in missing diamonds. It's entertaining enough, but pretty minor by MB standards. Too many things happen by coincidence for my liking. Still, it's Modesty Blaise. Highly recommended!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Theaker

    This book contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. They are written by Peter O'Donnell, and the art's by Romero. I'd only previously met Modesty in the first of her novels, so reading this I somewhat missed the additional insight the novel gave of her character, motivations and strategies. Still, the action, tension and excitement were all intact, and Romero's interpretation of This book contains two complete Modesty Blaise strips from the London Evening Standard (running from 14 May 1973 to 9 February 1974): The Wicked Gnomes and The Iron God. They are written by Peter O'Donnell, and the art's by Romero. I'd only previously met Modesty in the first of her novels, so reading this I somewhat missed the additional insight the novel gave of her character, motivations and strategies. Still, the action, tension and excitement were all intact, and Romero's interpretation of Modesty Blaise was very nearly as attractive as I had imagined her to be.

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