Final Issue of the first Squarriors miniseries! Brothers in Harm: After discovering Eli's fate, King and his band engage in a bloody melee with the Maw. In the end, the Tin Kin face a jarring revelation.
Squarriors isn't a good vs evil series: both sides have their reasons for fighting these battles and I love that approach to this tale. As always Ashley Witter's art is among the best work of the year. The action showcased in this chapter is the most brutal and shockingof the series thus far and there's a moment where someone rips off a foe's head and proceeds to wear it like a hat. There's some deeply disturbing shit going on in Squarriors and I like it. Read Full Review
The issue perhaps spends too much time in flashbacks (both in the pre-apocalypse and a more recent conflict), leaving little room to explore the immediate fallout of the violent showdown in the present. Even so, this issue delivers a hard-hitting battle and more emotion than you'd expect from a book about woodland creatures slaughtering each other in open combat. Read Full Review
So will I be trade waiting for the next season of Squarriors? Heck no! I'll be picking up single issues, story flow be damned. This isn't just a good series. It's something truly special. Hats off to Team Ash for making the trials and tribulations of creatures running through my backyard into something gorgeous, compelling, and fun. I hate myself for making this pun, but you'd be nuts not to have Squarriors on your pull list. Read Full Review
Not the most satisfying ending, I hope there will be more issues in the future. This one gets a bit confusing in the flashbacks, it's hard to differentiate the characters and I'm not entirely sure what is going on. Maybe I need to go back and read the whole series again.