REVIEW: Wonder Twins #12 — "The Perfect Punctuation Mark On A Breathtakingly Entertaining Series"

(DC Comics, creative team: Mark Russell, Stephen Byrne, Dave Sharpe)

The phrase that fits most is "sticks the landing." Tying up virtually every loose end from the whole series with just enough context to make them clear, this gorgeously rendered virtuoso performance is absolutely wonderful. There's at least four solid laughs here, some great quotables, a killer callback to an earlier issue that hits like a sledgehammer to the chest and the irrepressible charm of Zan matched by the indefatigable righteousness of Jayna. The script from Mark Russell is firing on all cylinders and the brisk, inviting visuals from Stephen Byrne and Dave Sharpe are perfectly suited for this very engaging work. This is the perfect punctuation mark on a breathtakingly entertaining series. RATING: BUY.

REVIEW: Wonder Twins #12 -- "The Perfect Punctuation Mark On A Breathtakingly Entertaining Series"WONDER TWINS #12
written by MARK RUSSELL
art and cover by STEPHEN BYRNE
The world is saved again! But now Zan and Jayna must answer to the Justice League for the choices they made in order to save it. Meanwhile, the League of Annoyance is back in action, and Cell Phone Sylvia will do whatever it takes to get her revenge on the twins—but they might get a little help from an unexpected ally! The critically acclaimed series ends here — don't miss it!

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