Ricardo Loureiro's Reviews > Echo: The Complete Edition

Echo by Terry Moore
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Jul 29, 2012

really liked it
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Read from July 29 to August 02, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This complete edition has a back cover blurb by none other than Harlan Ellison. In it he writes: "Terry Moore does an acre more straight-up memorable storytelling in one black&white issue of ECHO than either of the two comics 'giants' ia a years'-worth of their prolix, boring, barren crossover 'events'."

I could not agree more. Then why not a five star review? Because, to me, the end felt rushed. The climax was a little bit underwhelming and lots of questions went unanswered, like, was the drifter really Cain, why did the unaging of Ivy went suddenly reversed, and a couple others. Also with all the end of the world talk I was expecting a bitter REAL end of the world, but that cannot be blamed on Moore but rather on my mysoginistic propensity.
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