Hit: 1957 #4

Hit: 1957 #4

Writer: Bryce Carlson Artist: Vanesa Del Rey Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: July 29, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
6.4Critic Rating
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Final issue! After the shocking events of Issue #3, Slater unleashes his full fury on Domino's gang with the help of Terry Riggs. In L.A., Sticky confronts the Hollywood Hacker on his own and faces a moral dilemma: How far will he go in the name of the Hit Squad?

  • 8.8
    Geek Sushi - Kyle Rowsey Jul 28, 2015

    Hit is a great classic noir story crafted by Bryce Carlson where the neon illuminates the danger on the page instead of it hiding in the shadows, with vibrant colors on top of kinetic artwork by the art team of Vanesa R. Del Rey & Niko Guardia. If you're a fan of the artwork from Spider-Gwen, but feel the need for something R-rated, this is the book for you. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Lance Lambert Jul 29, 2015

    When it all comes to an end, Hit: 1957 couldn't produce. It is sad for me to say because I was really impressed with this series at the beginning. It started with intricate characters and a hard hitting story, it ended with a lame attempt to tie loose ends. It must kept in mind that this series was very short, being only four issues, but that is no excuse for a story that had so much potential. I've seen many limited series do the exact same thing, and it's a huge disappointment. If you enjoyed the first three issues like I did, I still wouldn't justify picking this up. Read Full Review

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