Next Men #7Posted: Saturday, June 25, 2011By: Ray Tate John ByrneJohn Byrne, Ronda Pattison (c), Neil Uyetake (l)IDW The cover kind of spoils the issue, but actually given the way so many characters have been slashed and burned, maybe it's a good thing that Byrne reveals that Jazz survives the deadly sexual disease she contracted in Elizabethan times. Since the uniform she wears coordinates with Beth's clothes, you may also deduce that the duo of Next Men joined the time travel away team, breaking a little this issue from their initial Star Trek origins. Read Full Review
Next Men continues to try and clean up the mess that came from other Bethany's plans to deal with the betrayal placed upon her and it's moving at a good clip here. I'm glad that more focus was given to what Toni had to go through and the changes she wrought, but I also wonder how much more could have been done with Nathan's arc as well if it had been given the time to really be explored. There's a lot going on in this issue which is similar to how much of the series has run and that's a good thing since you get to see several characters dealt with and a lot of information getting spread out in a good way. Next Men continues to have a very solid run here and the little twists and turns continues to make it a heck of a lot of fun, giving you the kind of journey you wish would never end. Read Full Review
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