The only real problem with this issue is that it leaves too much left open for the final installment. Morrison easily could have accomplished this leg of Seaguy's journey in half the length. The fact that only one issue remains leaves me to believe we'll be left with more of a cliffhanger ending than a conclusive finish, much like with Vol. 1. But that's okay in the end. If Morrison wants to slap me across the face with this sort of silliness for a while longer, I can't bring myself to complain. Read Full Review
If Seaguy has a message, it's perhaps that we should question the day-to-day realities of our own lives more often and be less accepting of the authorities that govern our existence. Then again, perhaps I'm over thinking things, and its foolish to even try to examine this series in so much depth. It's certainly enjoyable enough when taken at face value, with plenty of crazy ideas and a fast moving and unpredictable plot that feels like a paranoid superhero thriller as envisioned by David Lynch. Even if I cant shake the sense that the full meaning of the series continues to elude me, I'm still very much enjoying the ride. Read Full Review
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