Generation Zero #9

Generation Zero #9

Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Diego Bernard Publisher: Valiant Comics Release Date: April 19, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Zeroes to heroes!
Generation Zero's mind-bending journey through the HeroScape-a strange dimension where the world is filtered through any person's perspective-reaches its final stop! But even if they can escape the deadly apparitions of Rook's collective conscience, can they stop the strange threats and mysteries that can't seem to leave their new hometown alone? Take cover, because Valiant's paramilitary prodigies are about to enter the greatest mission of their violent careers...and when the dust settles, their final fates will be no fantasy!

  • 9.5
    Outright Geekery - Todd Fisher Apr 18, 2017

    Normally when i series comes to a close like this it feels like the ending was rushed. However this issue wraps everything up with a satisfying conclusion. And it expertly sets up Generation Zero for the future so that we can come back and visit them anytime. Generation Zero has been a fan favorite since there introduction in Harbinger Wars through Armour Hunters and I hope we get to see more from them real soon. And anytime we get a chance to see Fred Van Lente play in the Valiant universe you just know you are going to have a great time. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Graphic Policy - Alex K Cossa Apr 22, 2017

    While this won't be an ideal place to start reading the series (although you can do it but will miss a lot of the nuances and references in #9), it's a great way for it to end. Although there are one or two scenes that don't make immediate sense, have faith in Van Lente because by issues end you won't question them. In terms of the story, this is a solid issue – and at the risk of being a little spoilery, the comic comes full circle with the conclusion giving readers a satisfying ending that leaves the next chapter in the lives of these characters wide open. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weird Science - Repairman Jack Apr 22, 2017

    Although rushed and largely condensed I'm mostly happy with how Van Lente is able to wrap up most of the dangling plot threads laid out to this point. If you can ignore the jumps in logic and randomness it does a fine enough job closing up the story. Read Full Review

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