Colors by: Hi-Fi
Letters by: Pat Brosseau
Cover by: Trevor Hutchison
Release Date: March 30, 2016
Kyle, on the other hand, is driven crazy by own failure to produce a viable alternative to finding. Yet, that is not his only problem. Kyle comes to understand that the princess has manipulated both events and people in order to begin the Omega Men movement. Suddenly, his morality is not the only thing in question, but so is his love.
Yet the Omega Men soldier on. And finally they win the planet.
In the middle of the celebration, while everyone is joyous, someone calls him a hero. You can read his reply above. This is the part where the whole turned for me. Because this is the part were I understood that the comic understood; that they knew what they were doing with their characters. Anyways, I'm excited as hell to read the next issue.
Bits and Pieces:
If I was to summarize this issue in one word, it would be fallout. This issue is the fallout of everything that happened before in the series and now every character is powerless to affect the bloody outcome. And it just works. Tom King's writing works, Barnaby Bagenda's art works. There's almost nothing that I could complain about here. That said, it also didn't really break any new ground, or say something relevant about life or something like that. So I'm gonna take a page out of Eric Shea's playbook and give this issue a...