Gold Key Alliance #4

Gold Key Alliance #4

Writer: Phil Hester Artist: Brent Peeples Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: July 13, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The legendary heroes Magnus, Turok, Solar, and Samson are bound by a monumental tragedy and drawn to the author of the chaos consuming their lives, the enigmatic Doctor Spektor. Is he friend, foe, or both? The breakneck series hurtles toward its mind-bending climax!

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 6, 2016

    Gold Key Alliance has largely hit things well for me throughout its run, though a lot of it is that it's a giant tease of what could be as opposed to what will be. There's an air of uncertainty about what will happen at the end here, which I like as a casual reader of the various Gold Key books that Dynamite engages with, and what Hester and Peeples has done here has left me wanting more – but being cautious about investing myself in it because of that uncertainty. This installment is light on both story and detail but it moves things forward well with a big finale ahead of us. After some problematic Gold Key books the last couple of years, I'm feeling like Hester and Peeples are the ones that should be guiding them forward as a little mini-verse with a lot of potential based on just the first few issues of this miniseries. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Liam Pollock Jul 18, 2016

    I was enjoying Gold Key Alliance up until this point. There is just something about this issue that has rubbed me the wrong way. I liked the idea of the characters having visions of what could be the other worlds. But the previous issues hinted that the four were going to have to team up to work together, and now we find out that they are, but not even on the same Earth. And that the villain that was alluded to in the first issue isn't even the real villain but just a decoy as well. I'm hoping there will be something special with the four – otherwise what is the point of them in this sea of infinite versions, including one from a universe of centaurs? Read Full Review

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