The last chapter of Chad Bowers and Chris Nye’s Impossible! #1 is here, with the pulse-pounding conclusion to Jon Raymond’s debut adventure! Does Daring City stand a chance against the C.I.R.C.L.E. now that Rex Raymond’s deal with the super-villains has expired? No way. But sometimes… You’ve just gotta believe in the Impossible!
If you’ve been keeping up with the story so far, click the image above to jump right to page 16! But if you’re new to the Action Age, don’t worry: We’ve got the whole story online, and you can start from the beginning! Just click each page to get to the next, and get ready for the fight you’ve been waiting for!
And hey, if you want to take it with you, we’ve got Impossible #1 as a free download in .cbr format, too! If you’re already familiar with .cbr files, download the full issue here, and if you’re not, you can find out more and download the free cDisplay program here!
And when you’re done, come back and leave a comment. Do you want to see more of Impossible in the coming year? Let us know!
Yes, we took last week off, but Chad Bowers and Chris Nye are back with a special extra-sized installment of Impossible! Click the image below to read the next seven pages of the hard-hiting super-hero saga that sits at the core of the Action Age of Comics! And if my erstwhile partner doesn’t mind me speaking for him, this is where it gets good!
Click the image above to start with Page 9, click each page to get to the next, and when you’re done, come back and lets us know what you think! And if you’re new to the story, catch up with from the beginning!
Everybody’s got to start somewhere, and for me, it was Doctor Impossible.
This was done years ago, long before Austin Grossman’s Soon I Will Be Invincible, Brad Meltzer’s Justice League relaunch, or the Venture Brothers’ paid a visit to the Ice Station Impossible. Looking back, I’m not exactly sure what MY Doctor Impossible was supposed to be, but over the next five weeks, you can make up your own mind as we serialize a slightly reworked version of the first issue here at Action Age.