This issue is the penultimate in the series, though it has so many emotional blows it feels like the finale. In Issue #3, Skyfox returned, and we get a beautiful opening between himself and his son, Hutch, as we start in Issue #4.
The artwork has always stood out in this book, and this issue does it again. Frank Quitely is ridiculously good, and his style is so unique. It’s hard to put it into words as to why we’re such big fans of it, but it just suits the story down to a T.
You get a feeling that Mark Millar is setting the story up for a few twists and real emotional gut-punches for the final issue, while having plenty go on in this one. There’s plenty of characters to get invested in, but it’s not worth doing so as they’ll probably get killed off. Millar’s made it his mission to not give anybody a glimmer of hope.
How does the penultimate issue in Mark Miller's Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 fare? We have a feeling Issue #4 is just the tip of the iceberg.
- Emotional blows