The Infinite Loop #4

The Infinite Loop #4

Writer: Pierrick Colinet Artist: Elsa Charretier Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: July 22, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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Teddy confronts her archenemy: her former boss, Tina, and launches a series of unprecedented temporal attacks to force Tina from her hideout, putting the safety of the world at risk!

  • 10
    The Rainbow Hub - Emma Houxbois Jul 31, 2015

    There's a rising tide of Franco Belgian influence in the American comics scene from the rise of artists like Stephanie Hans, Stephane Roux, and Bengal within the mainstream, the cinematic influence of Snowpiercer and Blue is the Warmest Colour, and the impending flood of new translated works from ditions Delcourt through Comixology that could, if handled properly, be as influential as the 1980s British Invasion was. While I wouldn't hasten to call the current Bandes Dessines scene a utopia of comics, I think there is an incredible amount to learn from how the more relaxed attitudes about sex in comics have produced the vital and unapologetic depictions of queer female sexuality we still lack in North America. We need more comics like The Infinite Loop. It's just that simple. Read Full Review

  • 9.1
    We The Nerdy - Chris White Jul 21, 2015

    Once again, Pierrick Colinet and Elsa Charretier have added another excellent issue to the 6-part run and with only two left to go, I am equally happy and sad. I dont want it to end, but I am enthused by the prospect of yet another issuereading comic books is so hard. Read Full Review

  • 9.0 - Harrison Rawdin Jul 22, 2015

    The Infinite Loop #4 proves to be a welcome addition for amini-seriesthat earns recognition. What we have is a tightly woven and well realized treat that pushes its own saga, and perspectives, forward while gaining fans in the process. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Dean Walsh Jul 21, 2015

    I could go on for hours about this series, and talk in great length about its different themes and analogies but really its just something you have to experience for yourself. Its beautifully written and expertly crafted into a great example of what it means to find happiness and the power of not being ashamed of who you are. As the writer puts it, its a story about celebrating love. So lets all celebrate loving this book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Lead Sharp Jul 22, 2015

    It's a light and airy comic the size of the Nimitz and powered by Grant Morrison's farts. Read Full Review

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