The Sword, Vol. 4: Air

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  • Title: The Sword, Vol. 4: Air
  • Author: Joshua Luna Jonathan Luna
  • ISBN: 9781607061687
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Sword Air v 4 Three powerful siblings entered Dara Brighton s home and brutally murdered her family right before her eyes With the help of a powerful sword and her two friends, she has vowed to exact revenge on the three.

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    1. Dara tracks down and kills Malia (who can manipulate air), but not before Malia tries to make the case to humans that she is on *their* side, and has only ever had good intentions toward people. After Dara stabs Malia in the face, her friend Justin (the one who claims to have taken classes with Dara’s dad, where he told them stories about his past – loosely disguised as fiction), crawls out of the wreckage of the helicopter that Malia blasted out of the sky and reveals that he is Phaistos [...]

    2. No spoilers! Not even a hint of things to come. This review is more of a review of the series, directed at potential newcomers, but still centered on Volume 4.I wish the previous two volumes had been like this. Old secrets come to light, the once-shallow mythology of the backstory is given more weight, and it all climaxes with a fantastic twist. Also, the ending brought a sobering tear to my eye.The ending alone is worth the admission to reading The Sword. Or maybe I'm just a sucker for melodram [...]

    3. The conclusion of what has ended up as one of my favorite series isn't quite what you might expect given the first three trades, but the finale still delivered in a lot of great ways, from some really solid storytelling to some fun twists and tying off the obvious loose ends.I don't hear much about this series at all these days, but it was still a solid ride from start to finish, and I definitely recommend it.

    4. I liked this one a little better than volume 3. The twist at the end was a surprise until the helicopter crash. Over all, the entire 4 volumes just seemed rushed with overly convenient plot lines. Not horrible, but not the best thing the Luna Brothers put out.

    5. This as an interesting end to a fun series. It was light and quick, though there was a tendency, especially in this volume, for the dialogue to read like a '90s action flick.

    6. Ottimo finale, che si riprende dal volume precedente decisamente sottotono.(view spoiler)[Il colpo di scena mi ha sinceramente colto di sorpresa, proprio non me l'aspettavo (hide spoiler)]In generale, il voto per la serie è più che positivo!

    7. Last sibling standing Malia makes her bid not to get killed by Dara Brighton and the sword when Malia goes public as a savior who can defeat Dara (who, let's admit it, does look like a menace on television). Malia is in Times Square, on the jumbotrons and every news media outlet there is. Her promise to protect the world infuriates Dara, who hijacks a plane to fly to New York City with her friend Julie and tagalong Justin. On the plane, they discover that the sword's healing effects don't last f [...]

    8. The storyline, as well as the final, epic battle, were real treats. Expect lots of unexpected twists to blindside you. In fact #4 might even rise to the heights of the excellent first installment, if it weren't for one plot point that had me knocking it down a star. The evil sister-goddess Dara faces in this story is all-powerful, able to manipulate the wind itself. Yet, as a god, she cannot reproduce, and Dara uses this fact as a verbal weapon against the woman. It is the first time her battle [...]

    9. Dara faces off against the final elemental-god-sibling. Malia manipulates the easily fooled masses into believing that Dara is a psycho super-nutter and that she, Malia, is humanity's only hope. Dara has the entire population of Earth to contend with in addition to the power-mad air goddess.The final volume is as simplistic as the rest. The characters are all about as canny as your average fourth grader, right down to the general in charge of keeping the superhumans under control. This would be [...]

    10. Well, finally the epic battle. Lot of secrets come out, and a heck of an ending I didn't see coming (which is rare.) Like Vol. 3, they play fast and loose with biology- or rather, geology, which kind of ruins an otherwise credible story. I can't talk about it without ruining one of the big twists, but it's fair to say that it once again wrecks 'suspension of disbelief' for me. I can accept 4000 year old 'gods' but not messing with 5th grade science, sorry. Flying? I'm fine with. Magical wound he [...]

    11. The best book of this series. Dara has to face off against Malia, who controls air. What I really love about this series is that it reads like a novel. You don't feel like you're reading a comic book. The story line engulfs you and you feel as though you are battling alongside Dara. I feel like Jonathan Luna did a great job of tying everything together. There is a huuuuge plot twist though, and ultimately I'm pretty satisfied with the end. At first I was shocked, but now that I'm thinking about [...]

    12. A strong finish to the Luna Brothers' mythology, the twists within this volume are likely to catch any reader off guard without disappointment. This meditation upon godhood, existentialism, and perception culminate rather nicely. There are profound things waiting to be uncovered within this volume. Ultimately, I feel as if this series would function better as one singular collection as opposed to four smaller volumes.

    13. Underwhelming, eyeroll inducing plot lines, glad someone finally mentioned Dara's negative personality change. It was pretty sexist to have two women fight by each casting shade at the other so that they lose control of their emotions and their powers. Felt catty. Still ableist and the plot twist surprised me but was not enough to save the volume. This series was a downward spiral with a disappointing finish.

    14. 5 out of 5 starsA brilliant end to an amazing series. As a whole, The Sword, series I would give it a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. Though the back story was absolutely amazing, the current characters and plot had a lot of plot holes. Though in the end it was all so amazing. THAT ENDING THOUGH!!!!!!!

    15. Just another endless fight and kind of tiring. And then the book turns into something completely different. And much is reframed. And again. And then a real ending. Huh. Not completely enjoyable but somewhat satisfying. Though the art is still not different enough from character to character. 3.5 of 5.

    16. This is the last volume of "The Sword," and I thought this was a great end to the series. The writing was a little clumsy at a few points, but I'm more forgiving in graphic novel form. This is still a very engaging story, and I had a great time reading all four volumes. The greatest strength of this series is the art and action scenes, and it leads to a very satisfying conclusion.

    17. In this book Dara Brighton is portrayed evil even when she continues to save the lives of humanity by destroying the super siblings. Through the book you see a lot of surprising knowledge and facts about Dara's father. In the end there is a shocking truth about her friend.

    18. I liked the first volume the best, after that it gets a bit repetitive (two nearly invincible entities fighting of my pet peeves). The fourth volume got into serious eye-rolling territory, but rallied at the end such that I didn't walk away feeling like I had wasted my time.

    19. De ganse cyclus gelezen, en het mist een beetje originaliteit --misschien heb ik gewoon al te veel dergelijke verhalen gelezen of gezien. Mooi in beeld gebracht weliswaar, en met een mooie verhaallijn en structuur.

    20. So, I liked this comic series a lot. Despite the fact that sometimes the art annoyed me a little, I couldn't help but get sucked into this world, and the story, and I totally wasn't expecting the final outcome. Well worth a read.

    21. An incredibly strong ending to a series with patchy moments. Plenty of moments of surprise that you immediately start connecting the dots for.

    22. The climactic final battle, in which many secrets come to light. Demetrios', Malia's, Dara's, and even those of her companions.Nothing will be the same after these events.

    23. Great ending to the series. I can't say enough good things about the Luna Brothers' art and storytelling.

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