Blue Beetle, Vol. 4: End Game

Blue Beetle Vol End Game Featuring a story that ties into The Sinestro Corps War this volume collects BLUE BEETLE This title also includes the special Spanish language story along with the script translated into Engli

  • Title: Blue Beetle, Vol. 4: End Game
  • Author: John Rogers Justin Peniston Jai Nitz Rafael Albuquerque Andy Kuhn Mike Norton TrevorScott
  • ISBN: 9781401219529
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring a story that ties into The Sinestro Corps War, this volume collects BLUE BEETLE 20 26 This title also includes the special Spanish language story, along with the script translated into English.

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    One thought on “Blue Beetle, Vol. 4: End Game”

    1. This is where the series kicks into high gear, and it's fantastic. &Jaime;! Khaji Da! Brenda & Paco! Bianca & Alberto! Milagro and her weird affection for Guy Gardner! I draw sparkly hearts around the whole Reyes family, but especially around Jaime, who is adorable and sensible and AWESOME.

    2. Borrowed from DebiIf I had to make a complaint, it would be to wonder where Superman and friends were during the huge space battle. Having said that, I will say that I have almost no other complaints about this volume.Epic space battle? Check. Major character development? Check. Surprising twists? Check. Watching Jaime save the day with his wits, rather than just brawling, was a pleasure, especially since it seemed so organic to the rest of the series.And I loved the last issue, which provided s [...]

    3. My third Blue Beetle book in as many weeks. The second by the same author. I read the New 52 first volume in between reading Blue Beetle 2008 (whichever label I can put on that version) Volume 3 and 4. This being volume 4.I wasn't interested in reading the first two volumes in this particular run, mostly due to comments that things finally started being coherent by volume 3. Well, if incoherence and/or lack of focus actually is a problem with earlier volumes, it certainly showed up in this book [...]

    4. This is the 4th volume of the last pre-Flashpoint, pre-New 52, Blue Beetle series that collects issues #20-#26.Even though I haven't read any of the volumes from this Blue Beetle series (I have read both volumes of the New 52 Blue Beetle series) it was rather easy to follow the story.The art is good throughout the entire collection and I especially like the look of the aliens.All in all, this is a pretty fun and a great read even if you haven't read the rest of the series.

    5. Blue Beetle and the Reach finally comes to blows and Jamie's relationship to the Scarab drastically changes. This is the culmination of a lot of story lines from the first several issues and it's well worth it. Plus the entirely Spanish issue is interesting (though thank goodness for having the translation at the back or I'd be super lost).

    6. A little weak around the edges, but the four issues that make up the actual "End Game" story are an excellent culmination of this Blue Beetle series [8/10]. The gimmicky Spanish-language issue at the end was pretty much a waste of space, however.

    7. "Wow! I'm totally impressed with how the plot from volume one up to this book progressed! Jaime Reyes' adventure is fun and awesome! From neighborhood gangs to planet conquering aliens, this is a fine example of how you run a superhero series in volume to volume success."

    8. Jaime is still my favorite. Still apprehensive about New 52's version of him (I've heard they ruined his supporting cast )

    9. Ahhhh, this is more like it!! I knew there was a reason I kept on reading Reyes kicks it up a notch and brings home the baconLoved it and then some

    10. oh well, they had to bring the spectre into things. the series was so promising, too. i'm out, didn't bother to finish this one.

    11. Impresionante el final de etapa de John Rogers. Reyes se convierte en estos numeros en un heroe en toda regla. Mucha accion y sorpresas, momentos emotivos y adrenalina Genial!

    12. Jaime is still my favorite. Still apprehensive about New 52's version of him (I've heard they ruined his supporting cast )

    13. This was really wonderful. Loved the characters, loved the story, loved the artwork. My favorite of the series so far.

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