The Four Points #1

The Four Points #1

Writer: Mark Roslan, Scott Lobdell Artist: John Ercek, Jordan Gunderson Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: April 8, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Something dark is coming...
Throughout history, oddities have remained hidden away within the fabric of societies across the planet. However, in recent years these unexplained phenomena have begun to emerge with a vengeance...Enter Gia Sorentino.
They thought she was crazy, and locked her away from the rest of the world. Yet, following a family tragedy, she has inherited an empire--and with it, the keys to unlocking some of the most unimaginable secrets of mankind. Together, with three other women who possess abilities of inhuman nature, Sorentino embarks on a journey to discover the full potential of their collective more

  • 8.0
    Herotaku - Frankie Rodriguez Apr 9, 2015

    Great art. Decent story. Good characterizations for some, little for others that will be co starring in the book. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny Hughes Apr 7, 2015

    Regular readers of my reviews should know my opinion of Lobdell and some will say “why review his book if you don't like his work?” That is a fair question. As a reviewer I give every creative team the benefit of the doubt regardless of the past. That said, this book for me, is just a little to stereotypical, both in concept and its imagery. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Spectrum - Amy Okamoto Apr 10, 2015

    I think Four Points has potential to be a good story but could benefit from a bit of decompression to help solidify the characters and action. Elemental powers, beautiful women, and fast-paced action will appeal to readers looking for something beyond the classic bad guy approach. It hasn't yet been revealed why the attacks are happening in random locations around the world or who the chosen horsemen are. I'm wondering if the classical fifth element will be incorporated into the storyline. The book ended on a high note, giving a peek at the final member of the team, one who is known to Aspen readers. I'm new to Aspen and didn't recognize the character, but it didn't prevent me from following along. There's lots of potential here. Fans of compressed stories will likely find this book a satisfactory read. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Daniel Coleman Apr 8, 2015

    It's a quick read and fairly enjoyable if not wholly original, hopefully the next few issues will up the ante. Read Full Review

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