Five Weapons #10

Five Weapons #10

Writer: Jimmie Robinson Artist: Jimmie Robinson Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 30, 2014 Cover Price: $3.50 Critic Reviews: 3
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“BACK TO CLASS,” Part Five This is it! Enrique races against time to save the school nurse as he battles against Tyler’s final plot, but an unexpected twist unleashes a new enemy who could destroy the school of Five Weapons and bring the world of assassins to an end.

  • 9.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - John McCubbin Jul 30, 2014

    Five Weapons comes to a premature end but does so in an exciting way. I for one am upset that Robinson couldn't reach his expected finish, and it will be a series I will miss. Just goes to show the importance of independent backing. Highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - Jordan Richards Jul 30, 2014

    Five Weapons #10 had a lot going for it: very strong writing, good artwork, and a possibly great conclusion for the arc. What killed and dropped it so many levels was the ending and the fact that comic seemed to have been cancelled without getting a proper amount of time to wrap things up in a fulfilling way. Five Weapons was a great series for all ages (something that Image is severely lacking in) and there was so much fun to be had. While the ending is a letdown, I do still recommend the series regardless and hope you check it out. Maybe one day, this series will return to us. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman Jul 30, 2014

    It's a major bummer this series had to conclude sooner than anticipated and it's absolutely something that would have been noticed without a note from the writer at the very end. It feels like Robinson was doing so much worldbuilding with these latest issues, and even though it stinks we won't get to see his full plans for this universe, it still feels like we received a decent glimpse of what he had in store for it. Despite needing to wrap things up early, Robinson still manages to craft another satisfying chapter from the lovable series. Enrique's intellect is once again put on display, there's an absurdly fun set of action scenes, and, as expected, Robinson and Little make sure the visuals are every bit as fun as the lively assortment of characters are. Even though the ending is totally abrupt, I still had a blast reading this. If you're looking for a smart, delightful and exciting all ages story, I strongly recommend checking out FIVE WEAPONS from the very beginning. Read Full Review

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