Dark Hour has been defeated. Will is forced to "Man Up" and face the maniac Devil-Inside on his own. If he loses, all Hell breaks loose - Devil will kill the woman he loves and continue an unstoppable homicidal reign of murder and mayhem.
Reality Check #4, like the three that came before it, is worth the read. It has a nice, non-rushed ending and a few unexpected twists and turns. Overall, this mini-series deserves the rating that each of the issues have been getting all along. Nice job! Read Full Review
I did enjoy how it still isn't taking itself seriously. For example, when the cops show up after the fight between Will and the Devil-Inside, the cops ask who busted a hole in the wall of the clothing store they were in. The Devil-Inside looks at him and says "Don't look at me-I'm pretty sure it was the occupy fashion movement." If you're a fan of meta stories, looking for a few laughs or for books that know what they are and don't try to re-invent the wheel, then check this out. Read Full Review
Overall, "Reality Check" brings us home with a feeling of squandered potential. This might have been a really solid story about coming face to face with the role you're playing in real life, but in the end it's more of a retreat back into the same way of being. As such, it's entertaining enough; but my feeling is that meta stories about superheroes should have a little more brains than brawn. Read Full Review
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