I'm not going to give a lot away about the plot of this issue, as it's the last and the surprises throughout the issue are awesome enough that they warrant secrecy. Suffice it to say, a lot of bombs are dropped. As I suspected, Abnett and Lanning really do pull out all the stops for this issue, bringing resolutions to a lot of loose ends while simultaneously raising a whole bunch of new questions that will hopefully be adressed in Issue Zero. A lot of what felt like filler throughout Resurrection Man's run now seems a bit more important now that we've reached an end. And really, the last page cliffhanger makes the entire issue and series worth the read. Read Full Review
The sad truth of the New 52 is that not every title is going to be a long-term prospect. As much as it pains me to say it, I pegged this book to be a questionable long-term concern from the get-go, and wasn't surprised by it's ending this soon. That said, it's kind of a shame that a character like this, with a writing team like this, couldn't quite pull together enough of an audience to break the previous volume's record of 28 issues. Resurrection Man #12 is a last issue that isn't a last issue, but moreover, it's a last issue that SHOULDN'T be a last issue if there was any justice in the world, earning 4 out of 5 stars overall. Read Full Review
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