The Stand: Hardcases #4

The Stand: Hardcases #4

Writer: Stephen King, adapted by Robert Aguirre-Sacasa Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 20, 2010 Critic Reviews: 1
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In a house in the newly established Boulder Free Zone, behind closed doors, seven soul survivors are holding a clandestine meeting. Their agenda: Saving a disease-decimated country and protecting themselves against the threat of the dark man. But what are they missing? Harold Lauder, who is biding his time and plotting his revenge... And Mother Abagail, who is having a crisis of faith and coming face-to-face with her personal demons... Hold your breath and say your prayers, True Believers, as we head towards the final conflict! Parental Advisory…$3.99

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    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Oct 26, 2010

    The real chill this issue comes from Mother Abigail's confrontation with a talking wolf in her bedroom and Perkins does a great job selling the subtle horror of this incongruity, a shocking enough event to spur Abigail to unexpected solo action. There's nothing wrong, actually, with this issue. It's just that given the exciting, squeamish, intense, and horrific sequences we've witnessed thus far, it's a bit of a letdown to take a breather before what is hopefully all hell breaking loose next issue. Read Full Review

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