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What's The Furthest Place From Here? #16

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.


The City is a utopia.

Sid is safe and cared for, surrounded by people who love her.

Everything is good.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
40 pages
Amazon ASIN

2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Crusaders

    All in all, I liked this issue a lot. While the last issue was great, it did feel a little too Halloweeny, however, this is a wonderful conclusion to the journey Sidney and I am excited to see what happens moving forward now that Sidney is so ready to give birth, and we’ve learned that kids are being deliberately sterilized by strangers. I must confess, a friend read through most of the series and felt that it wasn’t going anywhere, or rather that it was going too many places at once. This issue for me, feels like a lot of those threads are being tied together, and that we are narrowing down on a proper conclusion for the story, which to me feels like Tyler and Matthew are definitely on the right track with the story.

    To close off the review, I must be fair and let you know that this is not one of those issues that you can pick up and read without any backstory like a few of the other ones have been. It is still very interesting for the fans of WTFPFH and feels like the perfect set-up for an upcoming action-filled surprise twist.

  • 80

    I could read an entire series just about Sid and her adventures in The City. Learning that the gods that are worshipped are nothing more than pop culture items like albums and songs, seeing Sidney learn that she’s pregnant and what that means, how The City protects the kids, it’s all a lot to take in. It’s also a larger metaphor about the real world and how societies can crumble and how we’re all responsible for their downfall.

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