Publisher’s Summary: Good or bad, all things must come to an end. But which will it be for Nash and Violet? Find out in the explosive series finale of NO. 1 WITH A BULLET!
Saying almost anything about this book’s plot without spoiling it is a challenge, and thus, all I will say about the plot is that here, in No.1 With a Bullet #6, as I’m sure you’ve already assumed, the story reaches its conclusion. Revelations are made and questions are answered and despite throwing one last gut-punch, writer Jacob Semahn manages to successfully bring this story to a close by offering readers an ending that is genuinely satisfying.
No.1 With a Bullet has had legs since it started, and this issue is no different. Semahn’s impeccable pacing is put on display, yet again, as he ushers readers across the finish line with a final issue that is impossible to put down thanks to its high-stakes and the amount of momentum generated in previous issues. This being the case, I am positive that readers will begin to re-read this story in its entirety as soon as they make there way through Issue #6.
No.1 With a Bullet has been consistent on multiple levels, and yet again, here in Issue #6, Jorge Corona packs this book with beautiful artwork that does so much more than just complement Semahn’s script. Each page satisfies and gives readers good reason stop and stare for a while.
Like the five issues that came before it, No.1 With a Bullet #6 is emotional and intense. Reading this series, and writing about it for that matter, has been an absolute pleasure, and with this one in the books, I am now eagerly awaiting Corona and Semahn’s next work…
The Bottom Line:
All great stories must eventually come to an end; in No.1 With a Bullet #6, artist Jorge Corona dazzles readers once more with illustrations that pulse with energy, and writer Jacob Semahn provides readers with a fitting but unexpected conclusion that’ll leave them eager to revisit the story as a whole once it is collected into a single volume.