It's the Rhodes family versus the world at this point and Birthright #18 pulled no punches showing that when the world wants them to move, they will stand together and prove they are stronger together. There is something so uplifting about the way Birthright shines a light on family values and bonds which should never be thrown away without a fight. Read Full Review
Birthright #18 is easily the best issue of the current arc to date, with the epic action and powerful emotion being captivating at every opportunity. The way the creative team utilise this in a manner that drives the main narrative forward also entices, with the climactic moments leaving me for one desperate for the next issue. Read Full Review
Birthright has had its issues, but damn if it can't sell its big moments. The somewhat slogging adventure gets a much needed shot in the Nevermind-infested arm, as at last we get some honest to goodness advancement. Read Full Review
Top-notch action, except there are two panels where Mikey's sword just disappears for no reason. Not a big deal, but something like this happened once before in another action sequence, so there are still slight disconnects between the writing and art on occasion.