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Rogue Sun #9

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

With Hellbent targeting him at every turn, Dylan finds himself without refuge and wondering if those closest to him will pay the price for his hubris. But is Dylan on a journey of redemption or on a dark path toward becoming a villain himself?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
32 pages
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Variant Cover Artist

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Parrot, Renna, Marques, and Carey deliver another strong issue in ROGUE SUN #9. Seeing Dylan brought low in the manner that he is here is a new storytelling dimension. It’s the kind of development to build on an already strong run and keep the series fresh.

  • 80


    The creative team takes a breather with this issue to set up what’s coming next. It doesn’t make for a great single issue, but it lays the groundwork for a better story arc over the next several installments.

  • 70

    Parrott continues helping flesh out the MassiveVerse with additional characters. The only problem there is that they’re the same characters the title introduced last issue, and neither their story nor development takes a major leap forward here. Instead, just crumbs are laid down for future storytelling. One bright point is the sudden spotlight given to Rogue Sun’s supporting cast that, without giving anything major away, put them in one of the most interesting predicaments this book has seen yet.

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