While I love Pop Mhan's art I don't know if this book could look as good as it does without the colors by Mark Roberts. No matter where these two go in the future I think they should always work together because this book never stops looking amazing. We've reached the conclusion to the origin of She-Ra and it's been a fun and exciting ride and while it might come off as a little anti-climactic to some, it all works when you see Adora grab her sword and speak her oath. Definitely one of the best books that DC puts out. Check it out. Read Full Review
I hope that DC keeps this iteration of the franchise going in one way or another. The creative team is doing a great job of bringing new life to something that, by all rights, should be relegated to bargain bin cheese. I mean, after this war with Hordak is behind him, it seems like it's about time for He-Man to see Skeletor resurface, right? Read Full Review
This final issue of the story arc is still one that is not going to be extremely moving for a lot of readers, as it borrows heavily from aspects of science fiction, fantasy and comic clichs to give a mostly action-focused story. Nonetheless it is still interesting to read, well-produced and flows well with the bits of story and dialogue moving the action along well. Fans of the franchise might be particularly interested in this issue, as after nearly thirty years it gives Adora a proper home and a new meaning. Read Full Review
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