Clean Room #4

Clean Room #4

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Jon Davis-Hunt Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: January 20, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 6
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Astrid finds herself in the unique position of interrogating someonescratch thatsomeTHING truly unexpected in the Clean Room, and she may not leave there alive. Meanwhile, Chloe storms off to find another way to take down Astrid and her corporation, only to find her life spiraling farther down the drainnot to mention, something from the Clean Room may have slithered out to follow her home.

  • 10
    Word Of The Nerd - Zina Hutton Jan 21, 2016

    I definitely wound up with more questions than answers in Clean Room #4, but that's okay because I love this series. I've never before been invested in something so gory that still has me chomping at the bit for more. I love every single issue that comes out for Clean Room because of Gail Simone's plots and because of Jon Davis-Hunt's skill at balancing beauty with darkness. It's a series worth returning to because the ending of this arc is going to be one to shatter all our expectations. I seriously can't wait to see what terrifying things our creative team will bring us next month! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    AiPT! - Russ Dobler Jan 21, 2016

    Clean Room #4 advances the narrative, but is still the first issue of the series that could be tagged with the dreaded “decompression” label. One could imagine not missing much by only reading spoilers, especially considering that the normally beautiful and powerful horror elements are somehow kind of cartoonish this time. There's a promise in the dialogue that things will pick up next issue, though, and the creative team has earned enough good will at this point to not doubt it. Read Full Review

  • 6.9
    IGN - Jeff Lake Jan 21, 2016

    The book's end pages do well in setting up a real, and potentially present, conflict, but until the narrative catches up to it's obvious spectacle, this book will fall just short. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Vancha Feb 10, 2016

    And so, it continues to grow. It continues to grow and I can't wait to see what it becomes.

  • 8.0 Jan 26, 2016

    This book is some dark, dark stuff. And definitely not for children. This issue features a collage page of naked people, like a TON of nude bodies. Like a lot. Its really a gorgeously drawn book, and besides the creepy nude scene, the rest of the book is really, really good. I like how there are two vastly different storylines going on here, but they both seem to have more than just a little bit in common. The end of the issue with Chloe and the thing that was in her house was SUPER dark, and a wicked twist I did NOT see coming. The Clean Room scene was SUPER gory and gross, and I wasn’t expecting it to go so bad so quickly. I liked the character that was possessing the man in the Clean Room, and how sadistic and gross he was, and how almost childlike and playful the thing with Chloe was (in it’s own messed up and demented way). I think this book is going to just continue to get darker, scarier and more and more gory and gross as time goes on, and I cant wait. I really love this book, and hope to see even more answers for what these things are, what they want, and why Chloe and Astrid Mueller have such a strong connection to them.

  • 7.0
    Synthozoid Jan 23, 2016

    Uh-oh. It's starting to wander, I'm worried.

  • 8.5
    Quietomega Jan 21, 2016

  • 8.5
    Rotivv Jan 21, 2016

  • 8.5
    SwampyCA Apr 3, 2016

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