The Man Who Effed Up Time #4
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The Man Who Effed Up Time #4

Writer: John Layman Artist: Karl Mostert Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: July 22, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Sean Bennett's been racing the clock, trying desperately to repair the f#%&ed up space-time continuum and get the dreaded robotic Future Police off his back, but everything he's done has made things worse. So, Sean simply says "f#%& it," figuring things couldn't get any worse, but it turns out things COULD get worse. Like, extinction of humanity worse! Whoops!

Presenting a time-twisted sci-fi action-comedy, a butterfly effect noir, by multiple Eis-ner-winning writer John Layman (Chew, ELEANOR & THE EGRET) and talented new-comer Karl Mostert. Order it today...before time runs out!

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 22, 2020

    With one more issue to go, the series is going to reveal a lot quickly and just bang out an ending, which feels appropriate for a title like this. It's not going to be an expansive reveal or anything from what I can tell as Sean is just digging in to get it all squared away and back to normal. But I suspect it's going to be a weird ending and some work to bring things back to what he considers normal, and whatever fallout from his original life to be dealt with. Layman and Mostert have been having a blast with this book and while not all of it has landed as well for me as I'd hoped, issues like this and just the silliness of it clicks just right and left me grinning with it. It'll wrap up before it overstays its welcome and that's definitely a big part of the appeal as well. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Nick Devonald Jul 22, 2020

    The penultimate issue in an otherwise fun and engaging series is beginning to outstay its welcome. Questions which have been apparent to the reader from near the start of the series are only just occurring to Sean, which takes away a little of the shock factor and instead leaves it feel a bit predictable and unexciting. The art and colours are a visual treat, and here the art team faces its hardest challenge yet. Read Full Review

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