End After End #1
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End After End #1

Writer: David Andry, Tim Daniel Artist: Sunando C Publisher: Vault Comics Release Date: August 24, 2022 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 7
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Life is nothing if not a series of endings.
School. Jobs. Friendships. Love.
Until THE end.
Walter Willem's end was fast and unexpected. His was an unremarkable life. So, how is it that his story continues as cannon fodder in an endless war waged against an insatiable darkness hellbent on consuming all of existence?
And is Walter right in believing he's arrived in the midst of this titanic battle as the one destined to finally end it?
That's the tale of the End After End.

  • 10
    Graphic Policy - Ricardo Denis Aug 24, 2022

    In a way, End After End #1 feels like the introductory level of a big budget AAA video game. It drops you right in the middle of the action so you can figure everything out as you go along. The creative team are all on the same page for this, producing a finely tuned narrative that begs to be expanded upon. All of this to say that, for a first issue, End After End #1 is a masterclass in how to start a new series. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Lotusland Comics - Hank Rea Aug 25, 2022

    'End After End' #1 is a great debut of enormous promise. An unexpected adventure within the afterlife gives this story a fresh take on fantasy and action. The creators don't give away too much but enough to get readers hooked. It's the type of first issue that drops you in the middle of the action and provides answers later. Quickly paced with immersive world-building, 'End After End' is a delightful ride worth taking. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Major Spoilers - Ingrid Lind-Jahn Aug 29, 2022

    Why does Walter Willem's unremarkable life end on the field of a perpetual battle? Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 24, 2022

    With a lot of books about what's after death out there lately, it's definitely fitting a mood that a lot of writers and readers are in. Andry and Daniel have put together the strong opening issue that sets a tone and energy about it while promising something to come in regards to the story. It's an easy concept to expand upon and the teases we get here are interesting enough to draw you back. And that's if the artwork didn't already accomplish that. Sunando C's design and style here with Kurt Michael Russell's color design really gives us something that stands out and has me excited for where else it'll go and reveal and what kind of creativity is still to come. It's a great opening issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    But Why Tho? - Quinn Aug 24, 2022

    End After End #1leaves readers with a vague idea of where the plot is going and is a bit thin on the characterization, but it is only the first issue in this series. The plot's premise is undoubtedly fascinating, and the characters have a lot of promise. Read Full Review

  • 6.7
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Blair Aug 26, 2022

    Its a solid survival tale, but the book makes the choice to put world building by the wayside which can be annoying for some readers. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Big Comic Page - Adam Brown Aug 25, 2022

    We are told that life is nothing but a series of endings. Well here, we have a beginning, and a beginning of something which could be very, very good. I strongly suspect this new book will avoid the pitfalls and traps of twee fairy warrior princess and nobody-turned-hero, so I'm definitely intrigued what the team have planned. Its also relatively easy to forget the metaphysical aspect here in favour of the fantastical, so fingers crossed we see a carefully woven balance going forward. Read Full Review

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