I read this series when it came out, but I barely remembered anything about it besides it being really good–I didn’t, for example, remember the crimes against the comic book medium the colorists perpetrated.
Suffice to say, I didn’t remember this issue.
This perfect issue.
I mean, it’s a perfect close to this limited series, but it’s also a perfect comic.
It’s not too mature, but it’s not written for kids. It has a healthy respect and admiration for the characters’ pasts, but doesn’t let continuity get in the way of a the story. It’s happy and sad and hopeful and just plain lovely.
This issue reminds of New Frontier in its optimism of the human condition.
It also reminds enough of Kesel’s World’s Finest limited series from a while ago… I wish Slott had ten issues too.
It’s a fantastic comic and really makes the bad colors okay.
Together Again; writer, Dan Slott; penciller, Ty Templeton; inkers, Drew Geraci and Greg Adams; colorist, John Rauch; letterer, Dave Lanphear; editor, Tom Brevoort; publisher, Marvel Comics.