In this final issue of JAE LEE’s first creator-owned series since 1994, Coronation Day brings chaos as the one true Son of God is finally revealed.
COMICONIt's hazardous to deal with religious themes and this series is a good example of why. The writing has been alternately strong and perplexing, but the artwork has been consistently amazing and has helped to elevate the series.
ComicBook.comRobert Windom & Kelvin Mao's loud satire of religion and global politics comes to an appropriately explosive and messy ending. Even after following this series since its beginning I'm not sure I could explain much of it to you, let alone what the ending means, but it at least has a narrative throughline that makes sense. As has been the case since issue #1 however, the art and panel layouts by Jae Lee with colors by June Chung remain the big selling point. Seven Sons #7 is perhaps the standout of them all as the frenetic paneling of the last issue, coupled with its extra pages, make it a visual feast.