The Jurassic League #6
Scheduled to arrive in stores: October 11, 2022
Cover date: December 2022
“The Jurassic League!” – Part Six
Writer: Juan Gedeon and Daniel Warren Johnson
Artist: Juan Gedeon
Cover: Daniel Warren Johnson
Variant Cover: Brett Booth
Reviewed by: James Lantz
Batsaur is surprised that humans can fight and defend themselves against Jokerzard’s army of villains. The Dark Dinoknight, for he is outnumbered as as the rest of the newly formed Jurassic League battles Darklyoseid. Batsaur beats Jokerzard, the dinovillain who ate his parents. However, in move that seems guided by karma, Darklyoseid eats Jokerzard and the rest of his soldiers to strengthen his already potent powers. Can the Jurassic League hope to defeat an evil who feeds upon his own minions?
Each coordinated attack by the Jurassic League doesn’t seem to work. Supersaur seems to know what do. The Dinosaur of Steel puts all the power at his disposal into a punch that literally rocks the world, thereby sacrificing himself to save this version of Earth and giving his comrades and the entire population hope. Yet is it truly the end of Supersaur and the Jurassic League? A blue dinohand exiting from the ashes seems to say no, while humans and dinoheroes attempt to make the world a better place.
Story – 5: I am truly sad to see this series end. It’s been a fun read from start to finish. I really didn’t want it to end. However, the last panel leading into a possible sequel gives me hope that the creative team will return for another go at the World’s Greatest Superdinoheroes. The power that be should green light a second volume as soon as possible. I want to see more from this crazy world.
Art – 5: The art has surpassed previous issues. Overall, it suits this series in a manner I didn’t think was possible before reading all six chapters.
Cover Art – 5: This is perfect for the end of this series, as it makes you wonder about the heroes’ fates.
Variant Cover Art – 5: This variant is preparing us readers for the conclusion of this story in a fantastic way.
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