Nothing happens. It’s just a nice little wrap up and set up for the next storyline issue where Booster covers a couple loose ends and Rip gets himself into trouble. It feels kind of like I’ve done this before, to be honest. Still, I did enjoy the story arc overall, so the denouement was a nice touch.
Holy crap, that’s a huge book. Honestly, though, I skipped all the stories that had teh white text box and went straight to Joe Kelly’s tale and Widdle Wade at the back. Making fun of Wolverine’s Japanese, will that never get old? I miss those days.
Liberty Comics #2
A strangely entertaining collection of shorts about saying “Fuck you!” to censorship. And by a bunch of people I’d love to check out too.
I’m kind of sad that this is only a four part series. Rikki’s endearing as a lead and the problems she’s facing are hilarious. I mean, her alternate universe brother likes her in a non-brotherly fashion and is about to turn into her original universe douche of a brother. That along with the question of what Desmond’s real goals are and how her high school is hell means this is a fabulous series.
I don’t know what I’m going to do with the series yet. It’s a great series and I love it, but I’m starting to get that sense from it that I really can’t enjoy the story as well in the issues. It’s good in the issues, but the trades are coming now. And, like Fables, it might be better to read the series with the story arcs bundled. But I’ve started on the Tom Taylor on trial for murder arc. I’ll decide after I find out just how screwed he is.
And to finish off, the comic minute.