The best parts of this issue deal with the situation away from Boon, which is ironic in that these events would've looked great had Boon just run into them in the course of events, but the book would've been boring if it was just Boon fighting seemingly endless hordes of goons and then hitting the events in the last couple of pages. If Boon can stop fighting and actually do something far more interesting instead, then this book can really take it to the next level. Read Full Review
No wasting time in Way of the Rat #9 as Boon is going up against many warriors who are knowledgeable of the martial arts. Popo the monkey tries to give Boon advice, but with Boon wielding the sword and doing so well, of course he doesn't listen and continues his onslaught. While all of this is happening Princess Mai at the Imperial City has been shunned by her own father who requested her presence. Now why would a father ignore his beautiful daughter? Only time will tell in this very intriguing story! I love the way this story sort of ends with two cliffhangers as Boon & Popo now face down expert archers and all of the dragons have eaten each other, leaving one huge monstrous dragon. What will happen next is anyone's guess as Chuck Dixon has taken the reigns of the story and thrilled us with each turning page! Read Full Review
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