I’ve been really enjoying the Epic Kill series so far so I’m a little sad to see it come to a conclusion. It has been a wild and over the top ride with a lot of great fighting. Which is interesting because there is none of the hand-to-hand combat in this issue that we’re use to seeing from Song. Actually, this whole issue is a departure from how the rest of the series was. Song has always had amazing skills and abilities but in Epic Kill #10 they become almost supernatural. Not that they are magic based or anything, but just in the extent of what all she can do now. There is an explanation for how she is able to do these new things, but introducing something like this in the final issue seems off to me. Don’t get me wrong, I still really enjoy the issue and the series as a whole. It just seems like they could have concluded the whole thing differently and made it fit with what we already knew about Song and her back story.
The artwork is still great and fitting for the events in this issue. I’m not sure how her skimpy outfit got a cape added to it but it seems to have one now that I don’t recall being there before. Maybe it was and I just did not notice, but it is very noticeable now in some of the panels. Maybe that should have clued me in that other things were going to be different too, but it did not. Still, if you are looking for a fun over the top action the Epic Kill series is well worth checking out. Epic Kill #10 may not be my favorite in the series but don’t skip it or anything.