With mystery finally solved, “House of Gold and Bones” #4 ends its terrifying journey into a nightmarish reality. If you have all the issues, now would be a great time to pick out all the clues and see how the mystery works as a whole piece. Read Full Review
House of Gold & Bones definitely has a plot. Unfortunately, it's too long in coming and unfulfilling when it manifests itself. That said, while a disconnected series of images doesn't hold much appeal for me, I can understand how fans of Taylor's music might like it, and Clark's art definitely reinforces the dreamlike and musical nature of the book. Read Full Review
The climax of this series is as expected, disappointing. Ending on a cheerfully happy note that goes against the entire theme of the comic book. One does not necessarily need a tragedy to make a story great but I feel that in this instance, tragedy would have served the story much better than the watered down happy ending we get. It is truly unfortunate that such a bold experiment in art and music and comic books could not bear better fruit. Like the music that accompanies it, House of Gold and Bones is sadly a very mediocre comic book. Despite its aspirations to the contrary. Read Full Review
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