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Scrapper #6 (of 6)

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MINISERIES FINALE

Scrapper takes the fight all the way to SMITE’s leader, but theres one more terrible surprise for him waiting there. Meanwhile, all that stands between SMITE and city-wide animal mind control is our team of strays and varmints. Can the animals that nobody wants manage to save everybody?

The thrilling conclusion to CLIFF BLESZINSKI’s comics debut.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
31 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CNKD5XRZ

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 75

    AIPT

    In another case of “I totes saw this coming,” the book sets up another chapter for Scrapper and his friends/family. And even without the truly solid landing of issue #6, I would have returned to this world for a sequel (or maybe a prequel?!) Because talking superhero dogs is always a good thing, but that’s extra true when a book is also this silly, sentimental, and unwavering in its exploration of big themes (read: found families and fighting for our future together). Scrapper is the best kind of pup, and while he was never perfect, he worked his way into all the places we call home.

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    Scrapper concludes with issue #6 and the conclusion is pretty much what you’d expect it to be. There are a couple of surprises, but overall it is a fairly predictable issue when it comes to Scrapper and his friends’ fight against SMITE. That’s not a bad thing at all and it’s actually really enjoyable to see a story that is at times incredibly bleak land in a good place. But the issue does feel a little rushed in the sense that things tidy up very quickly and there are a few things that happen in the wrap up that happy so cleanly that it almost feels like you’re missing something. The ending does leave for the option of additional stories to be told for Scrapper and his friends, which is nice. Overall, it’s an enjoyable read, I just wish it could have gone a little deeper and been a little tighter in its execution.

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