The sadness of the story's outcome and the knowledge that this title is coming to an end makes this final issue a bittersweet read, but it's a great send-off for a series which feels like it's come to a natural conclusion. Whilst some fans might clamour for a sequel, I'm more interested to see whether Cornell can bring his individual and enjoyable touch to a different sector of the Marvel Universe. After all, if the writer can take a silly sci-fi/fantasy concept and a bunch of minor characters like these and turn it into an attractive and enjoyable book, then I can't wait to see what he does next. The MAX imprint has allowed the series greater freedom with regard to sex and language, but these relaxed boundaries have never been exploited for gratuitous purposes; rather, they have allowed Cornell & co. to tell a mature fantasy story which treats its readers like adults and doesn't pretend that comics are aimed at kids any more. Wisdom has been a well above-average series, and one wh Read Full Review
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