With Virgil in the hospital, Mercy seeks vengeance and continues her search for the demon called Raum. But first she must reconcile with some past figurative demons before figuring out a way to defeat the seemingly undefeatable.
In Conclusion:A great fourth issue! It's Flatliners meets Constantine as Mercy has to let Frank and Lori put her to death in order to speak to her commander-in-chief, Lucifer. I enjoyed the conversation between the two former friends as Lucifer threatens to send Mercy to her eternity in Hell for violating their contract. The only criticism I might have is that Mercy didn't put up much of a fight about being put to death, even if only for a few minutes. It would have been more realistic to see he resist what Lori and Frank wanted to do to her for the purpose of gaining information. Her life threatening stunt proved to be vital as she picked up important information on Raum which leads us in To be Continued territory. Read Full Review
With Mercy nearing the end of her adventure, Tedesco and Bifulco's artistic team are trying to keep pace with the story, but the narrative is quickly losing its core tone of being an adventure instead of a sermon meant to teach us a moral lesson. Somewhere between the beginning and now, it seems the narrative was sidetracked by the bounty hunter's need for salvation instead of doing her job of collecting demons causing havoc on the human race. Let us hope that the story's tone will change for the finale, otherwise, we will be in for a long ride. Read Full Review