The Lone Ranger #25
Written by Ande Parks
Art by Esteve Polls
Colors by Marc Rueda
Letters by Simon Bowland
Covers by Francesco Francavilla
Release Date: June 18, 2014
Cover Price: $3.99
The Lone Ranger #25 is, sadly, the last issue of this fantastic series. But, boy, does it go out with a bang!!!
Writer Ande Parks once again delivers a great, new, yet classic Lone Ranger story. It’s got all the hallmarks of the classic western hero. Throughout his run, he’s made this comic more than just a comic book. He’s brought life and REAL feelings to the readers of this title. He’s brought inspiration through this book. And, he’s showed us all that there is a hero in every single one of us, as long as we stand strong and do the right thing. In short, he’s turned The Lone Ranger into more than a great western comic; he’s given us a role model. A man that we can all aspire to be.
Artist Esteve Polls does his usual outstanding job on this issue. Since issue #1, he’s thrilled us with his gorgeous drawings, never skimping ONCE, never taking any shortcuts. Time and time again, he’s brought us breath-taking art, and a real-life glimpse into this country when it was pure, young, and beautiful.
It has been an absolute pleasure reviewing almost every single issue of this comic. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Ande Parks, Esteve Polls, Simon Bowland, the rest of the creative team, and Dynamite Entertainment for delivering one of the best comic book series that I’ve had the pleasure to read. I’m going to miss this book a lot, and I’m sure that everyone involved will move on to another project that they will make just as great as they made this one. Thank you all for making the legend of the Lone Ranger a little more legendary. These stories will never be forgotten.