The death of a teammate is also the death knell for the team, as the act that stranded them in the twenty-first century stands revealed. With a renewed fervor to get home, its every Past Away for himself!
Past Aways continues to be a heck of a lot of fun even as things get bleaker and more dangerous for the crew that remains. This issue keeps things moving right along and while Kindt perhaps packs it a little too tightly with stories for both Herb and Marge it manages to keep you engrossed while feeling the tension. Kolins has been one of my favorite illustrators for the past year, a good part of which is this series, and he doesn't disappoint here with the designs, the detail to the backgrounds, and just the general flow and enthusiasm that comes from it all. This is a fantastically fun book that has me disappointed that it's only got one more issue left to go. But what a ride! Read Full Review
A lot happens visually, while so little happens in advancement of the plot. The jumping between time periods takes up about as many pages as the reminiscing on why it's a terrible idea for two out of three people to go back. No tears are shed for Phil, nor does Herb get anything close to a slap on the wrist for putting everyone in this position. As we close out this series, it's all stark, no-bullshit moving forward and the art lends itself to their chaotic journey and tumultuous emotions. I can't wait to see how it ends. Read Full Review
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