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The heist of the century is finally here. With his team together, his scheme in place and the score set, Graham, at long last, is ready to pull off the last and greatest crime in the history of the United States. But even if the plan goes off without a single hitch, what can he do when the American Government decides to activate their anti-crime broadcast during the job. Will the last day of American crime end with Graham and his team as millionaires, or will they spend the rest of eternity wondering where they went wrong?

The stunning conclusion to the critically acclaimed miniseries written by Rick Remender (Punisher, Fear Agent) with art by Greg Tocchini.

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A disappointing end 0

The art in this issue is about on par with issue 2... lacking a lot of detail compared to the amazing first issue.  The heist is underway in this final issue. Remender takes the approach of not cluing the reader in to how this are expected to go down ahead of time. I find this type of storytelling to be a bit cheap. Since the reader doesn't know what the plan is, there is no way to know if things went according to plan or not. Remender starts dropping twists at the end, but they aren't based on ...

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