Bravest Warriors#28 has very few problems beyonda possibly out of character moment for one of the Warriors towards the end of the bookanda couple of unclear panels during the big fight scene. Kate Lethand Ian McGinty balance different types ofaction (not just punching), flurries of humor,and one touching romance. In her writing, Leth focuses on the most important themes ofall,like loveand friendship in spite ofadversity. McGinty fleshes out these themes through how he depicts characters reacting to events in the story. If you enjoy kaiju movies, want to read one of the funniest punsin comics this year, orare looking fora genuine LGBT love story (orall three),Bravest Warriors#28 is the book for you. Read Full Review
This story was a fast read, but completely worth it for both the art and lighthearted humor. These warriors have a good lesson to teach all of us about working together and accepting each other. Read Full Review
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