Big Con-Job #4

Big Con-Job #4

Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti, Matt Brady Artist: Dominike Stanton Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: June 10, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.0Critic Rating
6.0User Rating

In this final issue, the crew has the money, and now they just need a clean getaway! Life has a way of throwing a monkey wrench into the works, though, and someone is going to have to take the fall.

  • 10
    ComicBuzz - Vixen Ninetails Jul 7, 2015

    In the end, it is a good read. Issue 1 will be the highlight, as after that the story does slightly loose its excitement. Worth the read just for the topic, how would you rob a world re-known comic con? Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Daniel Coleman Jun 10, 2015

    Unfortunately the artwork is not enough to save this book from going out with a whimper. Maybe had the run been longer there could have been more exploration into the characters and events. As it is it feels like a poorly edited movie, focusing too much on some scenes and not enough on others. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    J.P. Polewczak Jun 18, 2015

    There was a lot that worked with this comic, including the previous three issues leading to this conclusion. The art, the characters, the dialogue... but it all started to fizzle between this issue and the previous. The previous ended on an ominous note, leaving you with confirmation of something that you sort of expected to happen. The final issue really played out all too quickly with a handful of stumbling blocks for the protagonists, which you would expect to be resolved in the long run, but rather, they were wrapped up rather quickly. I will stress that as a run, I enjoyed this series. I think the creative team did a great job, but it finished a little flat. I would recommend this to people, primarily if they read it all at once. The wide cast of characters spends most time focusing on only a few, and the others are less memorable if you've read each issue weeks apart. A day after I read it, I'm still not certain that I would have enjoyed it better with 1 or 2 more issues or what changes if any would have made me enjoy it more, but as it stands, the last couple of issues felt rushed, and I guess I just wanted to spend a little more time with the characters.

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