Can Josh be a hero without being super? Will he still have a family to go back to? One way or the other, kicking an addiction proves harder than kicking some guys in the face as JACKED reaches its shocking conclusion.
Jacked concludes in the most satisfying way possible as lessons are learned, the meaning of being a hero is revealed and the storylines wrapped up nicely too. Jacked is a big win for Vertigo and is up there with the publisher's best. Read Full Review
All in all, this was a satisfying conclusion to one of my favorite new books of the past year. This could easily be the definitive end, but there is an opening for a sequel. Recall the ending of The Dark Knight Rises and you will have a decent idea of what I'm talking about. Read Full Review
Even with the few flaws, I really enjoyed this little series from Vertigo. It seemed that a book like this didnt have a place just a few years ago, but the reemergence of Vertigo gives us a home for this and other interesting and unique books like Art Ops. I hope this place remains the same, but one thing I can say for sure, we are all going to miss Shelly Bond. Read Full Review
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