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This deluxe hardcover collects Astonishing X-Men Volume 3: Torn and Astonishing X-Men Volume 4: Unstoppable by the chart-topping super-team of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, plus extras. In Torn, things go from peculiar to just plain bizarre Emma Frost's erratic behavior has the X-Men spinning in a non-stop downward spiral. Will an unlikely union be the final straw? After This deluxe hardcover collects Astonishing X-Men Volume 3: Torn and Astonishing X-Men Volume 4: Unstoppable by the chart-topping super-team of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, plus extras. In Torn, things go from peculiar to just plain bizarre Emma Frost's erratic behavior has the X-Men spinning in a non-stop downward spiral. Will an unlikely union be the final straw? After secretly lying in wait for months, the new Hellfire Club makes its move Plus: The X-Man destined to destroy the Breakworld stands revealed Who is it, and what will be their fate? And in Unstoppable, the X-Men are off to protect the Earth from its destruction at the hands of the Breakworld. And when it's all over, nothing will ever be the same No, really, we mean it Collects Astonishing X-Men #13-24 and Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men #1


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This deluxe hardcover collects Astonishing X-Men Volume 3: Torn and Astonishing X-Men Volume 4: Unstoppable by the chart-topping super-team of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, plus extras. In Torn, things go from peculiar to just plain bizarre Emma Frost's erratic behavior has the X-Men spinning in a non-stop downward spiral. Will an unlikely union be the final straw? After This deluxe hardcover collects Astonishing X-Men Volume 3: Torn and Astonishing X-Men Volume 4: Unstoppable by the chart-topping super-team of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, plus extras. In Torn, things go from peculiar to just plain bizarre Emma Frost's erratic behavior has the X-Men spinning in a non-stop downward spiral. Will an unlikely union be the final straw? After secretly lying in wait for months, the new Hellfire Club makes its move Plus: The X-Man destined to destroy the Breakworld stands revealed Who is it, and what will be their fate? And in Unstoppable, the X-Men are off to protect the Earth from its destruction at the hands of the Breakworld. And when it's all over, nothing will ever be the same No, really, we mean it Collects Astonishing X-Men #13-24 and Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men #1

30 review for Astonishing X-Men: Ultimate Collection, Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    RG

    A very good conclusion to Whedons run. Amazing story telling with awesome artwork. I really loved his portrayal of Scott in this one.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicolo

    It took a few years, but I finally have my second volume of the Astonishing X-Men hardcover, completing Joss Whedon’s and John Cassaday’s twenty-five issue run in the title. This hardcover collection, like the one that precedes it, contains two story arcs, with the last culminating in an oversized “giant-sized” issue. The first story, “Torn”, features the return of a new incarnation of a classic X-Men nemesis, the Hellfire Club, or is it? With psychics, one can never be too sure how much your per It took a few years, but I finally have my second volume of the Astonishing X-Men hardcover, completing Joss Whedon’s and John Cassaday’s twenty-five issue run in the title. This hardcover collection, like the one that precedes it, contains two story arcs, with the last culminating in an oversized “giant-sized” issue. The first story, “Torn”, features the return of a new incarnation of a classic X-Men nemesis, the Hellfire Club, or is it? With psychics, one can never be too sure how much your perception of reality is twisted in the presence of one. Kitty Pryde gets her Wolverine moment here. With the mansion seemingly invaded and losing control over her phasing powers, she falls miles underground but manages to compose herself enough to stop in an underground scream. Wading in hip deep water, she turns around makes her statement to her foes declaring, “My turn.” Kitty mounts her counter-attack, only to find the rest of her team out of commission. Cyclops and Colossus are comatose; with the Beast chasing deer with his mind devolved to that of his moniker, a beast. Wolverine, though his mind was regressed to that of pre-teen James Howlett, a wimpy, sissy boy, is a more adorable personality than the tough guy persona he usually projects. Emma Frost appears to have finally showed her colors and betrayed the team. In “Unstoppable,” the X-Men, just moments removed from the aftermath of their harrowing encounter in the previous arc, are whisked away by teleporter and appear on the bridge of a spacecraft. Agent Brand and S.W.O.R.D. need superheroes and have enlisted the X-Men to help stop the rising danger of imminent destruction to two worlds. There is a feeling of déjà vu, reading this collection. I have read this before. This is Whedon channeling the Dark Phoenix Saga, without Jean Grey or the Phoenix. Like the original story, the team is tested body and soul by the Hellfire Club and abducted from the scene of their last battle to find another one in an alien world and be judged by an alien race. It also ends with the sacrifice of one the X-Men’s number. Whedon end his run on the title with an oversized issue, allowing Cassaday extra pages to draw as much Marvel’s New York’s finest superheroes as he can possibly fit in the panels. He does not disappoint, he draws a beautiful two-page spread of Spider-Man in mid-swing over the Manhattan skyline, enough to draw your breath away. Whedon’s and Cassaday’s run of twenty-five issues of Astonishing X-Men is a modern classic of X-Men storytelling. Well written and well drawn, Whedon moves away from the socio-political commentary, reality television shows and mutant gang warfare. He just writes comics the way they are supposed to be and that is to astonish.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christian

    Pretty much equal in quality to the first two arcs. Torn is a bit weird, and works better on a reread. Unstoppable is probably my favourite arc, and does an admirable job of tying all the threads together. Whedon does an especially good job of exploring Cyclops and Emma, and personally I think no one has ever written their relationship as well as he does. The ending is bittersweet in a way that really works, and thoughtfully leaves in the ways to undo it. My only real complaint is that cyclops g Pretty much equal in quality to the first two arcs. Torn is a bit weird, and works better on a reread. Unstoppable is probably my favourite arc, and does an admirable job of tying all the threads together. Whedon does an especially good job of exploring Cyclops and Emma, and personally I think no one has ever written their relationship as well as he does. The ending is bittersweet in a way that really works, and thoughtfully leaves in the ways to undo it. My only real complaint is that cyclops gets his visor back with no real explanation. I would have preferred he remain able to control his abilities for awhile longer.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shane Harcombe

    In sharp contrast to my "avengers forever" review, this was a fantastic series! The storyline was always compelling, the characters well developed and some excellent twists and revisiting of the X-Men's history. A great adventure that I couldn't put down. The difference in my reading experience between this and the avengers collection was like night and day. A great book. I also loved seeing the emails between Joss Whedon and his publishers when the project was still in development. In sharp contrast to my "avengers forever" review, this was a fantastic series! The storyline was always compelling, the characters well developed and some excellent twists and revisiting of the X-Men's history. A great adventure that I couldn't put down. The difference in my reading experience between this and the avengers collection was like night and day. A great book. I also loved seeing the emails between Joss Whedon and his publishers when the project was still in development.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Judah Radd

    Jesus... Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon, ladies and gentlemen. Here it is. The conclusion to one of the best comic book creator runs in the history of comic books. It really doesn’t get any better than this. The first act is heavy with the confusion. That might seem intimidating, but rest assured... it’s deliberate, and all of your questions will be satisfactorily answered. After the second coming of **spoiler** villain, we push into what serves as the main story. This is where the whole series Jesus... Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon, ladies and gentlemen. Here it is. The conclusion to one of the best comic book creator runs in the history of comic books. It really doesn’t get any better than this. The first act is heavy with the confusion. That might seem intimidating, but rest assured... it’s deliberate, and all of your questions will be satisfactorily answered. After the second coming of **spoiler** villain, we push into what serves as the main story. This is where the whole series comes full circle. And man, it really does. Everyone’s personal journey is so important here. It all matters. The “main character” is the X-Men as a whole, although the MVP recipient may surprise you. We get to know our whole cast in ways that other X titles simply don’t even breach. John Cassaday is a god among men. I’m not even going to debase his work by trying to describe it. It’s simply perfect. The thing that really stands out to me about Whedon’s now legendary Astonishing X-Men run is the top notch character writing. It speaks to my heart, but also my sense of sarcasm. His characterizations are so grounded and personal. Their interactions remind me of how actual people who know each other interact. Whedon knows that real people don’t litter their interactions with exposition and perfectly constructed sentences. They just “talk.” This is a very human work. It won’t disappoint.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Raquel Evans

    Oof, thanks for once again traumatizing me, Joss Whedon. (Aside from that, there was a lot of the clever word play humor you'd expect, and content-wise some definitely adult situations. Worth reading for sure if you're a Joss Whedon fan and you can tolerate the content.) Oof, thanks for once again traumatizing me, Joss Whedon. (Aside from that, there was a lot of the clever word play humor you'd expect, and content-wise some definitely adult situations. Worth reading for sure if you're a Joss Whedon fan and you can tolerate the content.)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Frances

    See review of vol 1 but damn Joss Whedon. I forgot how much you love to hate your fans as things come to a close.

  8. 4 out of 5

    TJ Shelby

    Wow, this was kicking around a 4 to 4.5 star book until Joss Whedon hits a grand slam with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth...wow. What a great storyteller.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn Coxon

    I hate it when a fantastic book ends on a cliffhanger and you just want to carry on reading... I could not put this down.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Josh Brown

    Kitty Pryde is better than you.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Justin Villanueva

    An Astonishing conclusion to the best X-Men standalone series I have ever read. Amazing script full of witty dialogue and twists by Joss Whedon and sublime art and panel layout by Jon Cassaday. Cyclops, who I usually don't like, is a kick-ass leader here best suited for the role. Emma Frost as second-in-command is more than just a walking eye candy; her strategy and telepathy proving more useful than Prof X's ever was. Beast also surprised me as an effective character and fighter, as he mostly t An Astonishing conclusion to the best X-Men standalone series I have ever read. Amazing script full of witty dialogue and twists by Joss Whedon and sublime art and panel layout by Jon Cassaday. Cyclops, who I usually don't like, is a kick-ass leader here best suited for the role. Emma Frost as second-in-command is more than just a walking eye candy; her strategy and telepathy proving more useful than Prof X's ever was. Beast also surprised me as an effective character and fighter, as he mostly took support/healer roles in other X-Men books. His fight with Wolverine here is a testament to that. Speaking of the Wolverine, Logan is pretty much the same here as in any other story, but the book does feature the reveal of his classic-inspired "Astonishing" yellow spandex that will become a staple for years to come. Colossus is a decent character and has some good fight scenes, but he stood out mostly for me due to his shipping with Kitty. And damn, Kitty--what a babe! As the true main protagonist of the Astonishing run, Kitty Pryde has grown to become a mature woman and a bonafide femme fatale without ever going to thread the sexy route *cough* Emma Frost *cough* Indeed Kitty is sexy without the need to show any skin, and that says a LOT. (Although she did show some and I had no problem with that!) A must-read for any X-Men fan. The book (along with Volume 1) has a very "graphic novel" feel to it more akin to DC standalone stories that I love, both in story, panel layout and art. Sadly there has not been an X-Book (is that an actual term?) that meets the same standard after this run, but you can just jump in Astonishing Vol 1 without any prior X-Knowledge (again is that a term?) and enjoy the comic for what it is--one of the best X-Stories you will ever read!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    The second half of Whedpn's X-Men run is much messier than the first. With a lesser artist, it would probably just be a three star book, but Cassaday is just as strong here as he was in volume one. The main problem is it gets quickly convoluted as it tries to tie in too many elements from Morrison's run, while still adding its own characters and themes into the mythos, and it doesn't work. It's still very readable, as the dialog is crisp, and it's clearly building to something, but the Emma survi The second half of Whedpn's X-Men run is much messier than the first. With a lesser artist, it would probably just be a three star book, but Cassaday is just as strong here as he was in volume one. The main problem is it gets quickly convoluted as it tries to tie in too many elements from Morrison's run, while still adding its own characters and themes into the mythos, and it doesn't work. It's still very readable, as the dialog is crisp, and it's clearly building to something, but the Emma survivor's guilt/Cassandra/Hellfire/Negasonic Teenage Warhead/Danger storyline isn't as smart as it imagines it is. Still, the ending is important, and, again, the real star is Cassaday's art. And ninteteenth century Fopverine.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Colin

    The second part of Joss Whedon's X-Men run lived up to the promises of the first, bringing together the many disparate elements introduced and blending them fairly seamlessly into an exciting storyline. Unfortunately, there seems to be less here about what makes the X-Men unique or special, and the attempts to bring in the greater Marvel Universe (Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, and the Avengers) seem a bit more ham-fisted than they might otherwise have been, but it all works wel The second part of Joss Whedon's X-Men run lived up to the promises of the first, bringing together the many disparate elements introduced and blending them fairly seamlessly into an exciting storyline. Unfortunately, there seems to be less here about what makes the X-Men unique or special, and the attempts to bring in the greater Marvel Universe (Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, and the Avengers) seem a bit more ham-fisted than they might otherwise have been, but it all works well enough. If you liked the first part, it's worth reading the second part.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Neville Ridley-smith

    3 stars from me is not necessarily bad - it just means I'm not that fussed about it. Parts of this were good - and there's no denying the art is pretty darn amazing - astonishing even! I just think the story telling could be so much more coherent. Many times I found myself, thinking "I have no idea what's going on". Why are these people saying these things? What does this even mean? But yeah - it wasn't terrible. It seems to have all the important parts - it's just let down by lack of clarity. 3 stars from me is not necessarily bad - it just means I'm not that fussed about it. Parts of this were good - and there's no denying the art is pretty darn amazing - astonishing even! I just think the story telling could be so much more coherent. Many times I found myself, thinking "I have no idea what's going on". Why are these people saying these things? What does this even mean? But yeah - it wasn't terrible. It seems to have all the important parts - it's just let down by lack of clarity.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jesús Miguel

    Everything part of the arcs from this run were wrapped up in this volume. The art was amazing and the writing delivered. At the end, the highlight for this series was Kitty Pryde (my favorite X-Man) and her relationship with Colossus. If anyone wants to dive into the mutant world, I highly recommend this series. It's easy to read, it acknowledges its past history without making it difficult to follow, and the story presents something new and concise. Everything part of the arcs from this run were wrapped up in this volume. The art was amazing and the writing delivered. At the end, the highlight for this series was Kitty Pryde (my favorite X-Man) and her relationship with Colossus. If anyone wants to dive into the mutant world, I highly recommend this series. It's easy to read, it acknowledges its past history without making it difficult to follow, and the story presents something new and concise.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    Yeah I just don’t really enjoy this run. I like how it was structured narratively but at times, i didn’t love the dialogue or how the characters were written. I still think this is a cute little follow up to New X-Men and I love the fact that Kitty Pryde plays such a big role in this and that Joss absolutely nails her characterisation but parts of this run seemed to really fall flat for me. Hmm, I’m going to have to meditate over this one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    The saga continues. I still hate Emma Frost. But I've always been fond of Cyclops, and this had a rather poignant story arc for him, as well as for Kitty Pryde and Colossus. Also . . . Go, Beast! Rawr! The saga continues. I still hate Emma Frost. But I've always been fond of Cyclops, and this had a rather poignant story arc for him, as well as for Kitty Pryde and Colossus. Also . . . Go, Beast! Rawr!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Peter De Kinder

    The story is wrapped up and there are a few good moments along the way. Overall this is a fairly run of the mill x-men story with a few surprises and the prophecy plot device Joss Whedon seems to like a lot. It passed the time, but I expected more from him.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Whedon's dialogue makes me less batty than Claremont's dialogue. Yes, I know Claremont is not writing X-Men now, but I am also not reading X-Men now, and I can only comment on what I know. Whedon's dialogue makes me less batty than Claremont's dialogue. Yes, I know Claremont is not writing X-Men now, but I am also not reading X-Men now, and I can only comment on what I know.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cian Taaffe

    Building on the momentum of the first volume, Whedon's conclusion to his X-Men run is incredibly satisfying and continues to make great use of these long-established characters. Building on the momentum of the first volume, Whedon's conclusion to his X-Men run is incredibly satisfying and continues to make great use of these long-established characters.

  21. 5 out of 5

    J.T.

    SO GOOD.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Holahan

    Definitely better than vol 1 since the plot wasn’t just regurgitated movie stuff

  23. 5 out of 5

    Darinda

    Entertaining story. Great artwork. Fun graphic novel.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    Okay, if you’re reading this review, for the second half of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s ‘Astonishing X-Men’, then you probably already know what this is all about already. I’d just like to add, for anyone who’s coming to this for the first time, that although both books in this series form to create one big self-contained epic, the first issue in this volume (issue #13) was actually released almost a year after the last issue of the first book (#12). Quite a few radical changes had happened Okay, if you’re reading this review, for the second half of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s ‘Astonishing X-Men’, then you probably already know what this is all about already. I’d just like to add, for anyone who’s coming to this for the first time, that although both books in this series form to create one big self-contained epic, the first issue in this volume (issue #13) was actually released almost a year after the last issue of the first book (#12). Quite a few radical changes had happened within the Marvel universe during this period (particularly in the X-Men world), and Whedon does a great job of referencing these changes and staying contemporary, without meandering away from his story. Both of the major changes are quickly referenced in the first chapter of this book. The first, when Wolverine tells his students that “A lot’s happened, buncha students gone”, refers to the after effects of ‘House of M’ and the “Childhood’s End” arc of ‘New X-Men’. The second reference is when Maria Hill shows up as Director of SHIELD instead of Nick Fury, due to the events of ‘Secret War’. This information is only worth considering if, like me, you like to read your Marvel comics within a greater tapestry of stories, so you can easily forget about these tiny references if you’re reading this as a self-contained story! Like the first volume, this book contains two interconnected story arcs which tie into the whole 25 issue run. The first arc, which deals with the fallout from Grant Morrison’s ‘New X-Men’, was, in my opinion, the highlight of this run. However, I thought that the following arc, in which the X-Men are sent to space and have to “save the world”, kind of lost sight of what made the preceding issues so special. Full of action from beginning to end, and guest stars galore, it’s nothing like the grounded well characterised drama that came before. No doubt, it was Whedon’s intention from the very start to focus on this completely different aspect of the X-Men at the end, but I think it was a little bit too overblown, what with all the pointless guest stars and everything (and there really wasn’t any real point why they were there). That said, it is always quite cool to see a writer of Whedon’s calibre depicting some of my favourite superheroes, even if only briefly. Great book, over all, though. A good, satisfying conclusion to one of the best X-Men stories ever. Even the later ‘Astonishing X-Men’ stories, by such otherwise great writers as Warren Ellis, won’t come anywhere near the level of this.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Holden Attradies

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I am so glad I didn't wait to read this! It was WAAAAYYY better than the first volume. I liked teh first volume, but this one was waaaaaaaaay better. Aside from the story being really cool, just complex enough with just enough surprises, the artwork was incredible. The facial expressions were stunning. The art in this is bar far in the top 3 of all the graphic novels/comics I've ever read. And all of the characters really had a chance to shine, in ways that both stay trued to their characters bu I am so glad I didn't wait to read this! It was WAAAAYYY better than the first volume. I liked teh first volume, but this one was waaaaaaaaay better. Aside from the story being really cool, just complex enough with just enough surprises, the artwork was incredible. The facial expressions were stunning. The art in this is bar far in the top 3 of all the graphic novels/comics I've ever read. And all of the characters really had a chance to shine, in ways that both stay trued to their characters but push the boundaries in good ways. It was so odd seeing Summers that long without the visor. and Kitty Pryde really got to shine, and she is by far my x-character. I also gotta say the best two stand out moments in the whole volume was when 1) Kitty came so hard while doing Colossus that she phased through the floor and 2) the next morning when they come down stairs together all tired and Wolverine is sitting at the kitchen table. There is three panels with him in the middle and each of them on either side of him. In the first one he has one eye brow raised at Kitty, then the next eye brow raised at Colossus, and then a panel where he says "'bout time". It was a perfect moment and his facial expressions were masterfully drawn.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    This volume collects the back half of Joss Whedon's two year stint writing the X-Men, and it does a great job bringing together the stories he started in volume 1. Whedon's first two six-issue arcs felt largely like standalone, one-off stories. Here, though, we see that those stories were actually the first chapters in a larger, masterful work. In terms of writing and art and character development and much more, volume 2 is more of the same. Obviously. But what sets this book apart is the way it This volume collects the back half of Joss Whedon's two year stint writing the X-Men, and it does a great job bringing together the stories he started in volume 1. Whedon's first two six-issue arcs felt largely like standalone, one-off stories. Here, though, we see that those stories were actually the first chapters in a larger, masterful work. In terms of writing and art and character development and much more, volume 2 is more of the same. Obviously. But what sets this book apart is the way it propels towards a grand conclusion. And that conclusion is what really elevates this collection. While the storytelling is good to great throughout Whedon's run, the conclusion is probably the best thing about it. A very satisfying, entertaining piece of X-fiction.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    I have a talent for reading books in a series out of order. I just finished this, reading it before the first ultimate collection. I really, really enjoyed it. There isn't much depth, but it is full of the wonderful snarkiness that I have long associated with Joss Whedon. I zipped through the collection in an evening, laughing at all the jokes (which I was unable to explain to Joel, as so many of them contained spoilers, but he read it the next evening and was also amused). Joss Whedon enjoys ki I have a talent for reading books in a series out of order. I just finished this, reading it before the first ultimate collection. I really, really enjoyed it. There isn't much depth, but it is full of the wonderful snarkiness that I have long associated with Joss Whedon. I zipped through the collection in an evening, laughing at all the jokes (which I was unable to explain to Joel, as so many of them contained spoilers, but he read it the next evening and was also amused). Joss Whedon enjoys killing off characters, but in this case, it works because it is a superhero universe and people rarely stay dead. I would recommend it if you like the X-Men or Joss Whedon (or both).

  28. 5 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    Wow. The second half of this series is just as well-written as the first, and the art is consistently excellent. I'll probably have to read the whole thing again to perfectly get all the details, but it's not too hard to understand the story. The characters are fantastic and I love the way they interact with each other. Emma Frost stands out for me. There are a few twists in the plot, none of which were expected. Overall, I love this book. There's a lot of action, but there's also a lot of charac Wow. The second half of this series is just as well-written as the first, and the art is consistently excellent. I'll probably have to read the whole thing again to perfectly get all the details, but it's not too hard to understand the story. The characters are fantastic and I love the way they interact with each other. Emma Frost stands out for me. There are a few twists in the plot, none of which were expected. Overall, I love this book. There's a lot of action, but there's also a lot of character work. It's end-of-the-world serious, and also manages to be funny. It's well done, all the way to its bitter-sweet ending. This series is one that belongs in any comic reader's collection.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    4.5 stars. Nothing like some instant high stakes to get me reading it in one day! The storytelling stayed pitch perfect, and the art was just incredible. Everyone's nightmares were just heartbreaking, but especially Kitty's. The relationships were well drawn, I loved Emma and Scott and Peter and Kitty, even with all the damages, and the climax of the storyline was so damned exciting, I was on the edge of my seat. But uggggggggh, that ending!Heartbreak city. So Jossy. Of all the characters, I thi 4.5 stars. Nothing like some instant high stakes to get me reading it in one day! The storytelling stayed pitch perfect, and the art was just incredible. Everyone's nightmares were just heartbreaking, but especially Kitty's. The relationships were well drawn, I loved Emma and Scott and Peter and Kitty, even with all the damages, and the climax of the storyline was so damned exciting, I was on the edge of my seat. But uggggggggh, that ending!Heartbreak city. So Jossy. Of all the characters, I think I liked Kitty best.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Smith

    Awesome conclusion to an awesome story. It was filled with surprises, as well as welcome pop culture references!! (Star Wars, to be exact) Only Joss could turn a meaningful scene into a powerful ending. I cried!! But only because it was so well done! ;) I swear that last scene was a movie - I heard the end music and everything!

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