englentine's Y: The Last Man #52 - Motherland: Conclusion review

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Saying Goodbye

So, Allison Mann and Rose have decided to stay behind and with this one issue the merry band that we have been following all this time is cut down by fifty percent. Considering this should have been an emotional issue, I just didn't get to feeling that way. I guess we have seen these characters build up such rough exteriors, that even when it was time for them to be emotional, it almost didn't ring true. A sad thing considering that this is all there is to the issue. It's like that quiet issue the X-men would have after a big crisis, just to remind us that the characters were more than just there powers. Well it will be interesting to see the dynamic now that there are just two of the main characters together now.

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