Nowhere Men #4

Nowhere Men #4

Writer: Eric Stephenson Artist: Nate Bellegarde Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 13, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 2
8.8Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

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Everybody's on the run.

  • 10
    Read Comic Books - Roderick Ruth Mar 20, 2013

    Nowhere Men #4 gives you more than you could ever ask for at a $2.99 value. There aren't many books out on the shelves that can deliver this quality of story in one issue and leaving desperately panning for more by the shocking twist at the end. I can't recommend this book enough. Read Full Review

  • 9.9
    Geek Smash - Andrea Shockling Mar 14, 2013

    "Nowhere Men" #4 broadens the conflict, raises the stakes, fills in some backstory and then crushes hopes in rapid succession, but the pacing is spot on and the goals are clear. This is just fantastic comics on every level. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Mar 15, 2013

    Put it all together, and it's obvious that this is one inventive issue; even if Stephenson's script weren't so cerebral and complex, the art and design would make it a definite buy. Sure, the story is advancing slowly; but it's also building one heck of a complicated and believable world. “Nowhere Men” just keeps getting better and better, and if the spirit and energy on show here are any indication, there are some seriously fun issues ahead. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Den Of Geek! - Mike Cecchini Mar 16, 2013

    There's some real "body horror" woven through this comic, and Nate Bellegarde's visuals handle this perfectly. Some characters seem okay with their transformations (no matter how radical), others are seemingly detached from the awful reality of their situation, and some are merely transformed internally"and Bellegarde manages to somehow communicate that as well. Eric Stephenson has, in the course of just four issues, crafted a fully-realized fictional world, just off center of our own. I'm not quite sure how all the pieces fit just yet, but I'll stick around for as long as it takes. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Mar 14, 2013

    Nowhere Men is one of those books that are actually two stories in one. The backstory, featuring the Beatles of super-science known as World Corp., is the real draw, the potent mix of charisma and character, and writer (and Image publisher) Eric Stephenson deserves heaps of praise for them. But the problem is, the Fab Four have to fight for their own book, as the present-day side story deals with their big mistake: a group of researchers stricken with a virus that has given them superpowers. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    jorgeicotte Mar 21, 2013

    Story by Eric Stehenson Art by Nate Bellegarde & Jordie Bellaire Nowhere Men is a comic book with a lot of potential. Unfortunately, that peak is rarely reached in an issue that "tells" more than it "shows." The supplementary world-building of this story is incredible, and the story of strategic political warfare between the former partners is rich and intricate. The other half of the comic, however, falls flat in the other half of the story. Exploring the relationship between Simon Grimshaw and the rest of scientific supergroup (mainly Emerson Strange) is the most captivating part of this comic. It is becoming more clear that Grimshaw's strategic competitiveness is personal, and Strange seems ill-prepared. As we learn more about their history, and the details of the World Corp lost crew, a more sinister brew dominates the tone of the issue. Fletcher's emergence as a wildcard further complicates the situation and hints at plot that won't be unveiled cleanly. Unfortunately, the is

  • 9.0
    Piotruposz Mar 16, 2014

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