The final turning point in the Proof saga! Death stalks Proof and the entire team of Lodge agents. Monsters take over Little Tokyo and at least one of Proof's friends doesn't make it out alive! Collects Proof: Endangered #1-5....
|Title||:||Proof, Volume 6: Endangered|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
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Proof, Volume 6: Endangered Reviews
A culmination of the previous volumes hits with an all out battle in the streets of Little Tokyo, and some subterfuge plays out at The Lodge. It's a satisfying (seemingly) end to the series, but I'm just confused about the "To be continued in" lines throughout the last piece as I can find no additional news of further Proof stories in the works, and the epilogue takes place much later, leaving a reader wondering of the plots plan to play out.
Probably my least favourite of the series - it seemed rushed and I was never really sure what was going on or why. My opinion of it might improve with the next trade if some things are made clear, but it just felt rushed - as if they're quickly trying to wrap up the series.
The writing's a bit hackneyed, with events occurring off-camera that shouldn't, but the overall story is good. Rossmo's art is still excellent, and I'm liking where things are going. Now, if only more would actually come out...
Everything disintegrates, as Proof's world is ripped to pieces by internal strife. I don't think I like the way this series is going now; I want to know more about his early life and back story, but I don't care for the current era storyline.
I think it was a tad rushed, but still loved it
More intense than previous arcs. Very high stakes situations. This is not simply another adventure for proof.Wish Grecian would get back to it. I mean, he left us with several cliffhangers.
Man, these were GREAT reads (speaking of the entire run of Proof), I am enormously saddened that the series had to be canceled before its time
Some of the arcs I do not enjoy but this one I loved. Simple matter of taste. No right or wrong.
I believe this volume picked up from the last issue. Great continuation.