For some readers, it might all seem a little clich, but for me, the message of the book felt surprisingly heartfelt and relevant, treading a fine line between rejecting the notion of fatalism and inescapable destiny while also accepting the fact that some elements of your life are out of your control, and that its up to each of us to simply make the best of our situation. In stark contrast to the downbeat cover image of Animal Mans empty costume flopping over his gravestone, and the portentous title of the mini-series, this final issue of The Last Days of Animal Man ends on a resolutely positive and optimistic note. And is all the better for it. Read Full Review
In a time where comics have gravitated towards events this entire series has stood on its own merit. Moving the character forward without utterly destroying what has been established to this point, "The Last Days of Animal Man" is good reading. Fans of the early issues of Grant Morrison's take on "Animal Man" " or even fans who discovered the character during his time in "52" are certain to enjoy this story about Buddy Baker and his family. There is no questioning Buddy's heroism as Conway does a great job of telling a very good story. Read Full Review
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