The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #4

The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #4

Writer: Roger Langridge Artist: J Bone Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: May 8, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Betty in deadly danger! The great and the good of Hollywood under the control of Otto Rune! And the Rocketeer without the jet-pack he's come to depend upon! And, just when Cliff Secord thought things couldn't get any worse... enter the Dark Lord himself, Sh'oggoth! The thrilling climax... in the grand pulp tradition!

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    Comic Bastards - Jordan North May 8, 2013

    This issue ties everything up nice and pretty, just the way you want it. The evil hypno-conman Otto Rune is thwarted. Our hero Cliff confesses his love for his girlfriend Betty in a moment of passion and subsequently gets the newly out of distress damsel. The Rocketeer gets his original jet-pack back and can again become The Rocketeer and the whole gang gets a wealthy (albeit mysterious) sponsor. Read before you go to bed or during some down time on a sunny afternoon, this thing goes down like a cool lemonade float. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Therapy - Cody "The Thorverine" Ferrell May 8, 2013

    Hollywood Horror closes out another impressive Rocketeer miniseries from IDW. Langridge and J Bone presented a thoroughly enjoyable story from beginning to end that can be described best as 'fun.' Whether you read it monthly or are waiting for the trade, this was one Rocketeer story you can't miss 4.5/5 Read Full Review

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    Comics: The Gathering - ToriBee May 8, 2013

    As always they retro stylings of Langridge, J Bone, and Bellaire, make Rocketeer Hollywood Horror super entertaining and the fact that we’ve reached the conclusion is a sad moment indeed. Langridge definitely has a personal favourite take on the Rocketeer title and would love to see him tackle more in the future. But we also have the Rocketeer and Spirit team up to look forward to coming up in the next couple of months to look forward to. Read Full Review

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    Bloody Disgusting - Lonmonster May 10, 2013

    Our hero`s homecoming comes with a nice change in his status quo. I noticed this in the previous mini-series too. It makes sense as each story has its own objectives and story beats. If someone down the line was clever enough, they could make a whole story out of all these finales! Until then, this series was overall an enjoyable and light read. I imagine it will be a fun collection to read in one sitting in the future. Read Full Review

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