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Rogue Sun #7

80
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

After the shocking ending to his fight with Cataclysm, Dylan has no idea what to do next—but luckily, he has YOU to help! In this very special issue, you make the decisions and choose Dylan’s path in a fight against an enemy who controls time itself!

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
31 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B832LXM9

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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    ROGUE SUN has been exceptional since the beginning and ROGUE SUN #7 continues that trend plus some. The story opens the world up and reintroduces us to Dylan now that his overbearing parents are gone. The art is fun and exciting. And with the choose your own adventure structure, it might be the most creative comic book this week.

  • 90

    COMICON

    This issue puts you in the driver’s seat by letting you choose Rogue Sun’s path forward. It’s alternatingly thrilling and enraging, but those who embrace it will get a big kick out of the format and the lesson the issue is trying to teach. The choice is in your hands.

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Ryan Parrott and Nick Cotton take Rogue Sun #7 to lead fans on a delightful choose-your-own-adventure story told in a sequential art format and the final result is a true sight to behold. Coupled with dynamic artwork from Ze Carlos and Raul Angulo, this entry in the Massive-verse is one of this particular comic world’s most unique entries yet. Better yet, having readers choose the fate of our eponymous vigilante is smart storytelling as Rogue Sun himself is trying to better himself and find his own as a hero. We’re finding out more about the character at the same time he is as readers may select the same “wrong” choices he may make. Advanced in the fullest.

  • 90

    But Why Tho?

    Rogue Sun #7 isn’t just a great standalone story: it’s a comic that ditches traditional narrative to explore the weight of the choices we make. It also serves as a reminder that the Massiveverse is one of the best things to happen to superhero comics, and I look forward to the different ways that it continues to play with the form of comics.

  • 88

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Parrott and Cotton craft a unique and entertaining story in this issue. I loved the “choose your own adventure” element of the plot and how different the story is based on the choices the reader makes. There are some great elements of humor in the story and I really enjoyed the cliffhanger ending and what it might mean for the character.

    The Art: Ze Carlos delivers some beautifully detailed and exciting art in the issue. There is a lot going on visually and Carlos manages to make every action filled moment feel unique.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    Without giving away the game, Rogue Sun #7 does the time warp again and again, with really lovely art and a clever story that allows the reader to become an important part of the action, ending with a moment that makes it clear that we might not have seen the end. Best of all, it’s not just a gimmick for the sake of a clever bit, Dylan ends the story smarter and more capable as a hero than he was at the beginning, while Ornate clearly isn’t done yet. If you’re not a Massiveverse fan yet, this would make a GREAT place to start.

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