Unfortunately for the reader, the next episode " that next four-color installment of the Lone Ranger - is a month away. The calamity that ends this issue is sure to stick with the reader until next month though. It's clear, gruff, and brutal. What happens next is critical to the continuation of this series. Read Full Review
Sergio Cariello excels when depicting the cast of characters. The Ranger's fury practically burns from his ice-blue eyes, but great artwork does not make a great comic book. Great artwork merely gives the reader a reason why he should continue buying a one-trick pony. Me? I just want to see this story end. Then I may just drop this book from my subscription list. Although I love the Lone Ranger, the snail-spry movement of the story is a killer to tolerate. Read Full Review
Ever since picking up the first collected Lone Ranger trade, I've been hooked on the tale of the Ranger and his faithful companion. But now that I'm onto the single issues, and release schedule has been pushed to every other month, this particular story arc crawls forward at a snail's pace. To make matters worse, this arc really isn't doing it for me in the grand scheme of things. While I'll still root for the heroes, and hiss at the big bad, this issue is a take it or leave it issue for me, earning 2 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
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