JAE LEE returns to creator-owned comics with his first new title since 1994, a seven issue LIMITED SERIES. In issue 6, realizing that all those around him are at risk so long as he’s a fugitive, Delph returns to New Canaan and confronts Nicolaus in an attempt to stop the Church-lead slaughter of his former captors.
COMICONWhile the story has a great deal of relevance for today, a repeated reliance on Muslim fundamentalists as the antagonists is beyond troublesome. Fortunately, Jae Lee's artwork sets this series apart,
ComicBook.comWith the finish line in sight, Seven Sons' writers Robert Windom & Kelvin Mao are racing to the end of their story and perhaps the best and worst qualities of the narrative are that there's no way to predict what will happen next. Artist Jae Lee and Colorist June Chung continue to impress with their work on the series however. Lee's paneling has evolved into a wilder style than usual as the story itself has descended into a chaotic uncertainty, a unique marriage of the visual with the subtextual that makes the final issue of this one to anticipate.