Home is finally within Eva and Kelly’s grasp, but this last leap will take everything they’ve got. Will their relationship survive the journey home? And, more importantly—will they?
RADIANT PINK is a Massive-Verse series.
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ComicBook.comRadiant Pink #5 sends the series out on one of its most poignant and vulnerable notes, while also setting the book's incredibly charismatic hero on an even more promising path forward. Eva has been the heart of this series, and writers Meghan Camarena and Melissa Flores have done a wonderful job of highlighting the person behind the powers. You've gotten to know Eva through her ability to shield off her real feelings, so when the shield comes down thanks to Kelly and Eva's own personal journey, it provides a more raw and honest portrayal. Artist Emma Kubert, colorist Rebecca Nalty, and letterer Becca Carey knock this book out of the park, with so much done through expressions alone When the powers do pop off, the action is bright and dynamic, and even leads to an unexpected and impactful moment that will surely be touched on again down the road. Radiant Pink showcased why Eva is a true gem in the Radiant franchise, and the team saved some of the best for last.
Comic WatchThough with its faults in the storytelling process, this was an enjoyable issue. It wrapped up the story so as to not leave too many loose ends open, and still leaves the door open for more Radiant Pink stories, which is confirmed in the final pages of the issue that she will be back.
Major SpoilersLike parent-title Radiant Black, this book takes classic superhero storytelling and gives it new twists and new life, including giving Eve the ending I didn't know she needed. Well-done.