I wasn't content with everything in this issue. I would have preferred if it had been a little bit longer and the references to Brian's previous Spike series were laid on a bit thick. But apart from that wonderful.
I love how the series is coming to a conclusion.
I feel sorry for Groo. I know that as a character he was maybe a bit flat, but he was all good and that's what makes me appreciate him.
I can't believe that Connor died. I didn't see it coming and frankly, I still don't believe it. I want him back, he was growing into such a cool character, and in many ways he was becoming an equal to Spike and Angel.
I'm glad Nina is still around. I know many people dislike her, but I wonder if they've realised that they probably know a Nina too. I know I do. There's a couple of people in my life who just hang on and who like people a lot more than people like them, but still hang on, because they don't really have any place else. I guess I pity her.
Is Illyria really gone? Was that everything? I highly doubt it. Can you really even kill an old one? Even with a gigantic dragon-jet army? I'm glad Beta George finally had a role to play in all this.
I do wonder who will survive. I doubt there's a lot more story to be told about Wesley and Gunn. Their stories have reached their climaxes. Spike's feeling a little bit tired too. Illyria, Groo, Connor: gone. Spider might be among the casualties. I don't think many people would mind if Nina were offed, so since her death wouldn't have much of an impact, she might survive. Angel himself is on Garner's cover to #16 waving goodbye. Will it really be only Lorne and Beta George starring in Aftermath?