Between taking part in a risky undercover mission at the new Buckingham Palace, beating up soldiers, feeding starving people, and striving to ignore the new tension between her and her captain, Uriel must also focus on her most important personal task… remaining true to herself.
Lotusland Comics'The Least We Can Do' is a miniseries finding its footing and really should have been a longer series. With one more issue to go, it's hard to imagine it all ending neatly and completely. Issue five has a lot going on and going for it. It is probably the best issue of the series and could use more time to build on it. Nonetheless, this arc feels like the first great chapter in a larger fantastic tale. Zanfardino and Romboli continue to bring rich characters into a world worth exploring further.
ComicBook.comThe Least We Can Do is moving toward a very intense finale, with Uriel and the Eclipse looking to gather info on their biggest score yet. While doing so, we find a bit more about Uriel's past and set up what's almost definitely an unhappy family reunion in the finale. Honestly, this series is really struggling with its pacing. Hopefully it has a satisfying conclusion that provides an actual ending instead of an abrupt stop like past issues.