No Hero #7
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No Hero #7

Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Juan Jose Ryp Publisher: Avatar Press Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The final issue brings the world of The Front Line crashing down around them as the Ellis and Ryp masterpiece concludes! Today, in the wreckage of what was the life of Carrick Masterson and the career of the Front Line, all secrets are revealed. Young Josh Carver, sucked into the whole mess just because he wanted to be a superhuman and do good, is stuck in the middle of it all. But Josh has secrets, too. And one of them is that he's exactly where he wants to be. Not all is what it seems to be and the big reveals here will change everything! It all goes to Hell in this last issue,

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Sep 24, 2009

    The second part of Ellis's superhero trilogy of works for Avatar, "No Hero" concludes in a disturbing combination of violence and horrible consequences. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Sep 25, 2009

    It seems inevitable that No Hero is going to be held up to the high standard of Ellis and Ryps previous mini-series, Black Summer and the series cant help but suffer in comparison. The characters of No Hero havent been as memorable or as well established, the ideas havent been quite as revolutionary, original, or thought-provoking, and the plot hasnt lent itself to exciting visual storytelling to quite the same degree that the central premise of Black Summer did. In its own right, however, this has been an enjoyable enough cynical superhero miniseries that might have neglected a deep exploration of its central ideas in favour of action and intrigue, but has remained very readable nonetheless. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Sep 27, 2009

    Nicely done, but not for the squeamish. Read Full Review

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