Lot 13 #4

Lot 13 #4

Writer: Steve Niles Artist: Glenn Fabry Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 30, 2013 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
3.0Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

As the mystery deepens, family members turn to each other for support. Will even strong family ties be enough to save them? Then things take a turn for the (even more) gruesome!

  • 3.0
    Geeks Unleashed - Christopher Romero Feb 1, 2013

    Artist Glenn Fabry's character expressions have improved within this issue and the last, but the family still has moments when their shock and panic is unconvincing. Man, let me tell you, if I just saw my pop's head smashed with a huge mallet, I'd be saying more than, "I'm scared." I'd be the first one to say, "Holy s"!" Niles does use profanity in his story, but the words can be better placed. Lot 13 has just been too inconsistent to justify money well-spent. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GreyMouser Mar 21, 2013

    ___ $3, 22pgs.; some ADs. ___ How the heck anyone gives any issue of this series a "1" is just beyond me! Reviewing after the finale, i find every issue to rise above a great deal of comics available today. i dare say its one of DC's better mini-series, no surprise it being from Vertigo. The Art continues to impress, shock and sicken me in a good way. The story and writing started slow but develops well and picks up steam. Niles has done a great job in making me care about these ghouls and that clueless family. Keep it up i say! Maybe something short for Uncle Creepy?

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