Hmmm, that issue was underwhelming to me. Spoiler I thought Rook might in the longer term get some development but away that goes. Defensor comes along- hurrah!- then is defeated in moments with a sword. Unbelievably poor pay off. Star Sabre? Could be interesting. I guess. Sets it up for the inevitable rematch with Cyclonus. Meh. The Scavengers interlude was jarring to say the least. Why was it added here specifically? And in the middle of this issue not the start or end? The inference seems to be it will reflect on what comes next on Cyberutopia, in which case sticking it in here rather than building it out earlier is...not great. Maybe I am missing something. This issue didn’t offer much new we hadn’t got from the previous issues. People are growing unhappy with Getaway. He’s becoming more of a psycho. Okay I get it. Can we get on with the story now? The Protectobots escaping was my main takeaway. After the disappointment of the first Lost Light issues, the last two picked things up for me and I stayed up late tonight excited to read this like the old days. But it doesn’t feel like the final part in a mutineers’s trilogy. It feels like an additional plod towards the long term ending. Which is fine except...it was billed as the third part of a trilogy. And yes, I know that you can say “but they got to Cyberutopia, that’s major development” but that’s the macro-plot as it were, not any kind of resolution to this arc. Just chucking it in on the last page seems...hollow to me. No doubt there will be more than meets the eye to it if indeed it is Cyberutopia Edit: maybe this impression is the result of a late night read coloured by dashed expectations. Perhaps it will seem better in the context of what comes after, or in the cold light of day.