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The Least We Can Do #1

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

Mysterious magical power arises from a world nearly destroyed by war. A young woman fights for her ideas of revolution and to build a new society from the debris. Realizing that she can’t do it alone, she has to prove her worth to the Eclipse Rebels to join them against the dreadful Eden Army.

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31 pages
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  • 80

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    THE LEAST WE CAN DO #1 is largely carried by the visuals. The narrative tells us very little about Uriel, but Romboli’s art makes her enthusiasm contagious. This goes a long way toward drawing the reader in. It also helps the narrative which, despite the somewhat heavy-handed delivery of exposition, effectively depicts a dangerous and oppressed world while somehow maintaining an almost light-hearted flair thanks to its depiction of Uriel. This is Zanfardino’s chief success. Unfortunately, Uriel’s actual story is barebones at best, and the extent to which THE LEAST WE CAN DO #1 is interesting is the result of whether or not the reader connects with its world.

  • 80


    As a dystopian modern fable, Least We Can Dois a good start. The world is fascinating, with a backstory worth exploring further, and the concept of social classes is relatable and real. Throw in excellent costume design and interesting supporting characters, and you have a must-read comic for YA fans and adults alike.

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