The identity of Lara and Carters dangerous new enemyMr. Greenis revealed. The two adventurers use every weapon in their arsenal to stop a cult led by a madman who wants to remake the world . . . by destroying it!
While this series isn't engaging me quite as I had hoped as I'm still trying to adapt to its tone, I'm enjoying it well enough to see Lara in a different kind of adventure. Bechko and Atkins are doing a good job with it as it has a good series of reveals, some key moments that pop out well, and definitely a sense of anticipation that comes from it by the end. I'm definitely curious to see where it's going to go and just how far it'll go to do what it wants. There's a certain creepiness that's in this book that I like, but I'm still just not connecting with the tone of it all. Read Full Review
Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #4 is not a perfect endeavor but as penultimate issues go it succeeds enough to warrant a purchase. If you're looking for an old school TR fix thenbe happybecause this is a mini-series made especially for you. Read Full Review
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