Sombra #4

Sombra #4

Writer: Justin Jordan Artist: Raul Trevino Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: October 26, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Final issue! The battle between Rojas's cartel and Conrad's horrifying army ensues, with Danielle and Tolva stuck in the middle.

  • 8.5
    Graphic Policy - Anthony Spataro Oct 26, 2016

    Sombra overall does an effective job at showing the reality being faced by those experiencing the cartels first-hand and to show those, like Danielle, certain situations are best left to be figured out, to be solved, repaired, as Esteban says in his recorded video, by the people of Mexico. In turn, the attempted involvements made by outsiders like the U.S. in witnessing this distressing scenario can make for an inwardly attempt at reform. As Rojas enters the town lead by Conrad, before the bullets fly and knives are thrust, he stops in front of a display of pure depravity: skulls, body parts, smiles smeared with blood and candles are spread out, like a reverse shrine meant to divert the visitor instead of inviting for a moment of reflection. All Rojas can say is, This is theatre. Read Full Review

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