Lone Ranger #22

Writer: Brett Matthews Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: June 16, 2010 Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Jun 16, 2010

    To be upfront, I was skeptical about reading a Lone Ranger comic. He's a classic character, but also one firmly rooted in another era, and I wasn't sure how he'd hold up to modern audiences' storytelling needs. I was pleasantly surprised with this issue. It reminded me a lot of Batman: The Animated Series in how it can be appreciated by adult readers while still being acceptable for young readers, and how it updates the Ranger's mythos while never betraying the character's history. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 19, 2010

    What can I say? I'm cynical. Like every one who read the last issue, I expected Linda to fall victim to the DC trifecta of being raped, crippled, and killed, but this has to be spoiled. Linda wins. Dan Reid wins. The reader wins. The publisher wins. "Everybody lives, Rose. Just this once, everybody lives!" Read Full Review

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