Infinite Vacation #4

Infinite Vacation #4

Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Christian Ward Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 21, 2012 Cover Price: $3.50 Critic Reviews: 3
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A spell-binding experiment in sequential storytelling unlike anything you've ever seen before! As Mark tries to evade capture by the makers of The Infinite Vacation, a high-speed chase through universes ensues. Every panel is a different world, as infinity explodes on the page - trust us, you've never seen one like this. Don't miss the groundbreaking issue everyone will be talking about!

  • 7.0
    IGN - Pierce Lydon Mar 21, 2012

    Infinite Vacation is an absolute trip. It's one that I hope will provide a memorable conclusion as the series winds down but this issue has been the best so far in terms of artwork. Spencer's ideas might be a little all over the place and his main character might be a little weak but the world as a whole is compelling. Coupled with Ward's art, there is no reason not to at least flip through this one. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Multiversity Comics - Walt Richardson Mar 22, 2012

    “The Infinite Vacation” has been notoriously delayed " there's even a joke about it on the recap page " but I feel like this issue could have used a little bit more time. I would have preferred to wait twice as long in between issues if it meant Ward could have put out the astounding work that we know he can accomplish. The layouts are there, so hopefully that rough yet precise style he had down to a science in the first two issues will return in the finale. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Mar 21, 2012

    I guess this book really isn't for me. I continue to read praise after praise for the book and yet no one can really pinpoint why it's so good for me. Someone tell me what I'm missing? I really enjoyed the one touching scene in the issue and if the rest of the issues had half the heart that that scene had, this book could have been spectacular. Then again, some of the dialog seems lifted straight out of a movie... maybe The Family Man? Again Nick Spencer has disappointed me and left me feeling like the only guy not falling for his obvious structured, surface level writing. Read Full Review

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