Oblivion Song

A decade ago, 300,000 citizens of Philadelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attempt to recover them, but after many years, they gav

I stopped buying single comics that didn’t have “Star Trek” in their title right as this series was wrapping up and I just finally got the time to read through the final couple issues, and boy howdy do I wish I had stuck with the series when it was being published, just so I could have taken part in the discussions that were happening at the time about the resolution of the story. It ends about how I expected it to, now that I’ve seen how Kirkman ends his stories, in that he doesn’t seem to want to have finality at the end of the series, but instead wants a sense that the story continues on without us as an audience, though several pages are dedicated to catching up with the main characters several years down the line. This is less of a complaint than it is an observation, as I’m perfectly happy with the entire series, including how it concluded. There’s three tradepaper backs out now that collect the entire thing, so if you have the opportunity, I’d highly suggest checking it out.

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