It isn't the spectacular return of Gert Yorkes that I had hoped for, but instead it is an incredibly heartfelt and fastpaced closer to this volume of Runaways that closes out a few hanging story points, opens up a new status quo, and leaves readers breathless in anticipation for the next chapter. It is incredibly unfortunate that Marvel decided to put the book on hiatus just as they found a creative team that could return the series to the level of awesomeness unattained since Brian K. Vaughan's departure from the series, but Immonen and Pichelli go out with an issue that should leave readers wanting more. Plus, seriously, the semireturn of Gert was handled perfectly in an incredibly minimalist manner that was so powerful that immediately email Pichelli's art broker hoping I could get early info on the page with Gert's return (Which will probably be out of my price range, but is something I'd so love to own. In other words, if y'all want to pitch in together to buy me an early first we Read Full Review
Problems aside, I do truly look forward to whatever follow-up Marvel and the creative team have planned. It's just incredibly frustrating to see the series halt on such an unfulfilling note. Read Full Review
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