The series' EPIC conclusion! Song's uncle, her sole remaining family, is killed while in government custody. Enraged, will Song seek vengeance for his death, or try to find inner peace so she can finally lead a normal life?
"Epic Kill" has been Image's most audacious comic for the last year. It'll be missed on the stands, but it holds together well and stayed consistent. The final issue is a little more questionable, but a lot of that depends on how the individual reader will handle the choices Ienco makes for ending this mythology. It was not what I was expecting, but I appreciate Ienco's ability to put a capstone on the story and give us a complete story in ten issues and -- eventually, one hopes -- two trade paperbacks. Read Full Review
. . $3, 27pgs + back matter. NO ADs!! Killer cover + back cover pinup! . . . This series has been a hell of a fun ride, and i certainly recommend it for anyone who is a fan of a good ninja revenge story. The twist brought fully around and further then i would expect, just adds to the fun and turns action to sci-fi. Cheers Mr. Ienco, you have made quite a fine production and cemented yourself in the comics industry. I look forward to seeing what he goes to work on next.