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Rogue Sun #15

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

Dylan risks everything for a chance to return home as Caleb makes a decision that threatens to change the fate of New Orleans—and the world—forever.

ROGUE SUN is a Massive-Verse series.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
32 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Nerd Initiative

    The life and times of Dylan Siegal never disappoint as the creative team continues to find ways to lead readers into directions that no one sees coming. Parrott delivers on the drama with exceptional writing. Factor in the one-two punch of Abela and Renna (along with the rest of the team) and Rogue Sun continues to be a must have on New Comic Book day.

  • 89

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Caleb’s ongoing villainous turn remains the weakest part of recent issues including this one. ROGUE SUN’s strengths as a series are the personal interactions and Dylan’s personal growth. Those are on display here between Dylan, Marcus, and Owen and between Aurie and Dylan’s stepmother. These moments, as well as the visuals, are when ROGUE SUN #15 is at its best.

  • 80


    The addition of a new personality spices things up not just for the other characters but for readers as well. In fact, it has the potential to breathe new life into the series. And after lots of relatively joyless issues, it’s a welcome change.

  • 50

    Rogue Sun barrels towards an epic conclusion in issue #15 and though the script tries to demand your attention, the end result is much too hollow. Thrusting Caleb into the eponymous role has greatly stagnated the story, and if anything, this issue proves just how much another change is needed. Nobody’s undergoing any meaningful development, and every just kind of exists without any progression.

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