We Live #4

Writer: Roy Miranda, Inaki Miranda Artist: Inaki Miranda Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: January 20, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 6
9.0Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

Humbo's plan for escaping the Acceptists might not be enough for the group to make the train headed to Megalopolis Mother 9. This might be the end of the trip.
  
The fragile fantasy world created by Tala for her little brother Hototo finally crumbles under the cruel weight of reality. Tears are the only language left between them. The long journey to the extraction point suddenly reveals the open wound.

  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Aguilar Jan 20, 2021

    Not going to lie, this issue wrecked me, and no other series is as rewarding and at times harrowing to read month in and month out, making this an easy recommend to any and all comics fans. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    COMICON - Brendan M. Allen Jan 26, 2021

    I was really hoping we'd get back on track this month, and we have. We Live #4 is an intense ride, from start to finish, and there's an impossibly ugly twist in the last sequence that really twists the knife. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jan 20, 2021

    While I'm not expecting this series to give a lot of hope towards its objective simply because of the nature of it, but what we've got here just feels even grimmer than I expected at this point. There's a lot to like in this issue in how events unfold and what role everyone plays, which are pretty varied, but at the same time it feels like it's barreling toward a bad end where you're going to feel bad even if the core characters you're rooting for survive because there's a whole lot of other people that are going to lose their lives here. It continues to be an intriguing book on a lot of levels and I'm excited to read it in full later on while anticipating the final installments to come before that. Read Full Review

  • 10
    the_comic_book_club Jan 23, 2021

    We Live
    Issue: 4
    “Extinction Day”

    Publisher: Aftershock Comics @aftershockcomics
    Writer: Inaki Miranda @joiiart & Roy Miranda @roy_miranda_rotwang
    Artist: Inaki Miranda
    Colors: Eva De La Cruz @evadlcruz.colorist
    Letters: Dave Sharpe @davesharpemetal

    With a murderous lunatic cult standing between them, Humbo remote pilots his Hopper armor, creating a much needed diversion for the children to board their train towards the extraction point. However their boarding does not go unnoticed as a group of cultists rush toward their train car. Alice buys the children time as Humbo successfully separates the cars. Refusing to leave his friend behind, the heroic Humbo dives into the separated car more

  • 9.5
    Rauld Jan 20, 2021

    This series is so emotional. It’ll break your heart, especially because you get to love the characters. Can’t wait to see what la coming

  • 8.0
    AdmiralWhiskers Feb 10, 2021

    Extinction Day....the kids rush to the train that will take them to the evacuation ship, but (of course) there's interference. Chaos ensues. The train scene has the same overtones as the beginning of Snowpiercer. Well told, very well drawn. And I enjoy the coloring...very bright and almost cheerful, which is odd for an end of the world book.

    One thing I did not indulge on past issues is the QR codes inserted in each issue offering a musical soundtrack to key scenes in the books. I scanned a code for this book, and the combination of scene (art and story) and audio was really neat. The codes link to YouTube videos, so they should be out there for a while if you get in late. Fun to check out.

  • 6.5
    letskillrobots Jan 25, 2021

    Kind of all over the place. It's a cool story and doesn't need to zigzag so much. Just tell it straight and that'll be enough.

  • 8.5
    ghostrobot Feb 1, 2021

  • 8.5
    HallowsEveCat Apr 6, 2021

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