Goddess Mode, Vol. 1

Goddess Mode, Vol. 1 Review

Don't miss the start of a new series by Hugo Award nominee Zoë Quinn and Spider-Gwen co-creator Robbi Rodriguez! Cassandra Price's life changes forever when she discovers a hidden digital world beneath our own, one where a group of super-powered women are locked in a secret war for the cheat codes to reality.

In the near future all of humanity's needs are administered by a godlike artificial intelligence called Azoth, and it's Cassandra Price's humiliating job to do tech support on it. The advent of Azoth has deepened inequality and robbed humanity of its soul, but Cassandra's life changes when she finds herself dragged violently into Azoth itself, manifested as a secret digital world beneath our own, one built on a combination of magic and metadata. There she encounters a group of apparently magical girls locked in a war with mysterious monsters for the power to fix the world -- if only they could agree on what the world should be.

Why was she chosen? What is the omnipotent Hermeticorp up to? Who created the Azoth world? And who are these girls anyway?

Collects issues #1-6.

Title:Goddess Mode, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

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    Goddess Mode, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Chad

    What an incoherent cybermess of a story. This had something to do with the global internet of the future and how a few people were sucked into it and attacked by internet daemons. This had so many inf...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.Back in 2018, DC Comics saw to the relaunch of “DC Vertigo”, looking to give one of the most revolutionary comic book imprints the chance to kick...

  • Dakota Morgan

    There's some solid girl power in Goddess Mode, as well as a remarkably accessible technological world, but the plot fizzles hard and the villain is a no-show. I give Zoe Quinn credit for making it eas...

  • Alan

    All right two things 1) Having to wait for a plumber to arrive, and them being here for about three hours, gave me some extra reading time today. 2) If this series is one of the last things to come ou...

  • Cale

    This would probably earn 3 stars for someone who reads it just for the top level story of powerful women fighting internet demons, but it gets an extra star for people who know Zoe Quinn's story and c...

  • Dan

    DNFing this piece of shit....Apparently this future world demons control the internet...like Matrix. Plus this was so heavily dialogue filled that it really was no fun to read. Huge panels of text tak...

  • Na'amen

    Really, really enjoyable. A fresh interesting take on science-fantasy and the living inside a machine trope and one that has a diverse cast and rejects traditional power structures subtly and beautifu...

  • Vojt?ch Rabyniuk

    This Book is far from being bad and I really liked it ( see? 3 stars = liked it). The art was slightly above average mainstream by playing with a digitalized theme but also thanks to this it was somet...

  • Garrett

    Great, ridiculous fun! This feels like not just old-school Vertigo, but the Helix imprint and the Cyberella title from back in the day. Loved the art, the development of the characters and their world...

  • Natalie S

    Not bad, but not great; very adolescent. The concept is cool, the art is fun, but the story is complicated for nothing. Felt like something a teenager came up with, but didn't know how to put together...