The Army of Dr. Moreau #4

The Army of Dr. Moreau #4

Writer: David F. Walker Artist: Carl Sciacchitano Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: April 2, 2014 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Having returned to the place of his nightmares, Prentiss must deal with new horrors in the aftermath of the Beast-Folk massacre. Meanwhile, the mission takes a deadly turn for Beckett and his team. With casualties mounting, the war between man and monster escalates.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Apr 2, 2014

    This series is getting really good. It started off good, but it's managed to grow and develop into a must read series. If you haven't checked it out it's definitely worth catching up on and you can do so for just four bucks as of this issue. If you like anamorphic creatures and the good guys taking the fight to Nazi's then there is literally one series in which you'll find both" The Army of Dr. Moreau. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Entertainment Fuse - Andrew Ziegler Apr 15, 2014

    As I said earlier, the Army of Dr. Moreau is moving at a very rapid pace. I, therefore, have no intention of jumping ship now. There are big things on the horizon, and the body count among the good-guys is already on the rise. Do they have the firepower to stop the Nazis? At this point, it looks as if theyre biting off more than they can chew, and Im very interested to see if this conflict will expand outside the borders of Moreaus Island, or if its secrets will never leave its sunny, sandy shores. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Bloody Disgusting - Zac Thompson Apr 14, 2014

    The Army of Dr. Moreau isnt a bad comic by any means. It just has a lot of tinkering to do. Pacing has been a little plodding, characters feel undeveloped, and the concept feels king. There is no real focus on a theme to speak of, so the book doesnt feel rooted in any real world issues. This may be slicing things too thin, but these problems are seemingly remedying themselves with subsequent issues. Hopefully with a little more time the creative team can focus on the core of their story, which hopefully are the characters telling it. Read Full Review

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