I still love this series, and this universe. I'm crush that it's all going to be imploded, or exploded, or... well, it's going away. But I'm especially crushed by this issue.
They're all what now? My heart may not be able to take this to the end because of all the feels. I'm afraid I'll wallow and get spoiler-y, so that's that.
At least according to James Roberts; he's been kind, and pleasant and truthful so far so I see no reason for him to lie about this. I am interested to see how he was going to end the series originally - although it's bittersweet.
He's leaving the fandom for a bit, and I'm crushed. Will I follow him as an author? Probably? It really depends on if his next writing project really grabs me. But this issue.
Let's just talk about this issue. This issue makes me think I will pick up whatever he writes next. All the feels. Is the crew of the Lost Light in the afterlife? Maybe. Maybe not, but nothing really makes sense either way, and you have theories from both sides from the crew.
Not sure where this will go, but I'm eager to find out.
Oh, man, as much as I was shocked by the last issue, this one? This one had me just in shock throughout.
And I was pleased. This series keeps getting better and better, although, dammit, why can't Grimlock be part of a story for more than, like, two issues at a time? Bummer. I look forward to meeting up with the Lost Light crew at the same time that I regret leaving Grimlock behind, so mixed feelings about that.
And if Python hadn't melted my brain, I would be giving you a longer, better review. So there you go.