iZombie #28 Review – The End is here
iZombie #28 from Chris Roberson, Michael Allred, and Vertigo Comics comes to a fitting conclusion for the series. Gwen is faced with an impossible decision: kill everyone she loves to save the world or watch it all be destroyed by a Lovecraftian horror.
Writer: Chris Roberson
Artist: Michael Allred
iZombie #28 is the end of the line for the series which began in 2010 and it ends suitably: with Gwen facing the choice of killing everyone she loves or watching the entire world be destroyed by a Lovecraftian horror. Filled with cameos, iZombie #28 seems to be a goodbye to the fans of the series as much as it is the end of the story for Gwen and the rest of the cast she has met over the last 27 issues. Of course, iZombie #28 does closure right: Roberson spends much of the issue wrapping up as many open threads as possible, and giving readers that have been with the series some really fulfilling moments before the end. Allred’s art is always great, and is very much part of the personality of the book, which is part of the beauty of a book that has had a single team throughout its run. If you’ve been with the series throughout its run, I can’t imagine that you wouldn’t pick up iZombie #28. If you haven’t been following along with the series, I can tell you that the series ends with a nice bit of closure and some very nice moments. Of course, the good news for fans of Roberson is that his current venture, the expansion of Moneybrain Comics into a digital-only creator-owned comic distributor and his own Edison Rex is currently on-going. iZombie #28 is currently available for $2.99 at your local comic book store.