Skinwalker #4

Writer: Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir Artist: Brian Hurtt Publisher: Oni Press Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 6, 2002

    I wish I could say more about this book, but the writers have placed me in a difficult position. To say anything in detail will ruin the surprises and rob from the book it's punch. In all good conscience I cannot do that. Let me just say, that Skinwalker stars characters for whom you care--you really hope they'll come out alive from this experience--in a finely paced story that benefits from excellent artwork. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 14, 2002

    A very enjoyable finish to a very solid miniseries. On one hand the story did follow a fairly predictable path, but on the other hand I must admit that the FBI involvement in the creation of the Skinwalker killer was an unexpected development, and this did result in a fairly intense finish as we see Agent Haworth forced into a position where he has to question whether he's going to side with the morally corrupt path the FBI have chosen, or will he throw away any hope of career advancement by siding with Officer Adakai. The issue also offers up a very nice scene where our two heroes square off, each armed with the belief that they are facing the enemy, though I must say that this scene would've worked much better if the reader had been left with the impression that one of the two could've been the Skinwalker in disguise. Still, the miniseries made great use of its main theme, and I'm already for the sequel. Read Full Review

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