Talon #14 Review

This is it, the pulse pounding finale of Talon that delivers plenty of action and leaves you wanting more!

The Good

The plot threads are all wrapped up here while still giving you a few strands to wonder about, which is the mark of any great finale. The writing is solid with the characters all come off as larger than life personas. There is so much to love about this issue that I don't want to spoil, but believe me when I say this is a fantastic comic.

The Not So Good

The art isn't up to the story, although I can only think of a few artist who could live up to a story this grandiose. The impending cancellation of this book stings a bit after such a great issue. Hopefully great sales and reviews of this book will sway the powers that be to give this book another shot.

The Bottom Line

If this was the final issue of this series it would have let the series end on a high note, unfortunately it isn't and I fear this comic will be remembered for a lackluster finale instead of this great issue. If you haven't been picking this comic up, shame on you by the way, then you will be lost so I suggest skipping it. If you are a fan of Talon, you need this issue and you need to write DC and tell them why they need to save this series. Without a doubt, this is the best comic of the week.

5.0 / 5
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Talon #14
Released January 1, 2014
Writer James TynionIV
Artist Emanuel Simeoni
Cover Artist Emanuel Simeoni

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