Julian Drags addiction to fame is destroying the world of imagination. The only one who can stop him is Neverboy, but he must first accept his place in reality and do the hardest thing hes ever done: say goodbye.
Neverboy has managed to be an amazing breath of fresh air in comics. The story is fascinating at each level of creativity, and every issue has been impressive. This chapter certainly ends with a darkness hanging over it, but the central sequence of the issue will continue to resonate long after the last pages are turned. Read Full Review
The concept of abusing imagination is certainly a new and strange one. But imagination is almost dead, and we’ll have to stay reading to find out whether Neverboy can save worlds, fantasies, and imagination as a whole. This series is a unique one, and that’s hard to say nowadays. I fully recommend you pick it up and get your healthy dose of imagination. Read Full Review
Neverboy #5 shows a bit of the series' promise, whether it is an ongoing or a limited series. It is a book tackling a tough premise. Time-travel, interdimensional travel, or parallel universes, it is always something you can trip yourself up on and lose time and reader engagement. The creative team does a decent job constructing a story. But I do not think this was a great issue overall. The score assigned reflects that. Read Full Review
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