Heroes In Crisis #4

Writer: Tom King Artist: Clay Mann Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 2, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 34 User Reviews: 73
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Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate what went awry at Sanctuary and uncover a serious glitch in the system-not to mention an explosive, spoiler-ific secret!  

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jan 2, 2019

    For me, I am thoroughly enjoying this run with each issue bringing surprises and tweaks that, hopefully, are not going to end up just being smokescreens. King's work over the last year has been of such a high standard, for the most part, that I am willing to continue to invest in this series. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Dark Knight News - Steve J Ray Jan 3, 2019

    I hate that Roy and Wally are dead, but I'm still loving Heroes In Crisis. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Infinite Earths - J.D. Jr. Jan 2, 2019

    Get ready to see your heroes as more broken, tortured and true to life then they've ever been seen before! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Black Nerd Problems - Mikkel Snyder Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis #4 marks the start of the second act of the series. King has made a series of creative choices that takes the narrative in slightly different directions than I keep trying to anticipate, but it remains an absolutely captivating read. I don't think it's exactly what we were promised when the first allusions to Sanctuary started popping out, but by that same virtue, I don't think Sanctuary was exactly what our heroes were expecting either. I'll be waiting with bated breath for #5 in any case. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Batman Universe - Adil Syed Jan 4, 2019

    An outstanding issue that really captures the personality and multifaceted nature of these great characters. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Ritesh Babu Jan 2, 2019

    King and Mann work deliver the best issue of Heroes In Crisis yet, thoughtfully analyzing character and digging into themes of perceptions and reality. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    411Mania - Stephen Gustafson Jan 3, 2019

    The art is sensational, the story is thrilling, and you get versions of Booster Gold, Blue Beetle, Batgirl, and Harley Quinn that feel both familiar yet fresh. I truly love the series and believe you will as well. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - D. Ivester Jan 1, 2019

    Heroes In Crisis #4 takes further steps diving into the minds of heroes needing help. It's about needing help and getting it without asking for it or even refusing when it's offered. When you come to your senses though and see that seeking help doesn't make you look weak, that's when you can start seeing the light. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Jan 2, 2019

    Thankfully, the next installment of the series is set for later this month so we won't have to wait too long for some payoff to the numerous enticing subplots. Heroes in Crisis is starting to heat up and be about more than just the shocking deaths, which is a great thing in the long run for the series and DC as a whole. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis continues to improve in its fourth issue, one marked by compelling characterization and gorgeous art. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Jan 2, 2019

    King takes this issue and uses his time to progress the plot forward some, though not much, and manages to regenerate a good deal of the momentum that was lost last issue.Heroes in Crisiscontinues to entertain and provide food for thought. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jan 2, 2019

    Clay Mann's art is amazing in this issue. The Harley/Batgirl interlude alone is amazing in its detail and the beauty of the panel progression. The art is definitely one of the best things about this series and this issue specifically. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis #4 was a roller coaster of emotions, and you have to love the feelings this story is able to bring out of you for it. No matter how many heroes pour their souls into their confessions, it never gets any easier. This creative team is doing their job when you are reminded of how vulnerable and human these heroes are. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Beat - Louie Hlad Jan 2, 2019

    It's not a perfect book, but now that it's settling in this one just got moved from a Browse to a Buy. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Corps - Kelly OneShot Jan 5, 2019

    Ultimately I feel like Heroes in Crisis #4 is one of the stronger issues so far in this series, and I can't wait to uncover more about this mystery and find out who is truly responsible for the killings. I think this issue did a great job adding on complex layers to the story while also advancing the plot just enough to keep you hooked and wanting more. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Critical Blast - RJ Carter Jan 5, 2019

    There's a concept here. A story to be told. So please, we're begging you: Tell it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Jan 2, 2019

    Execution is often what elevates a boilerplate plot, and watching the way that King and company leverage panel layouts and shots is what makes this book still feel special. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Green Lantern Corps - iggy Jan 2, 2019

    While I admire the art and craft that both King and Mann are creating within this series, certain writing choices still don't ring true for me. I'm willing to follow King where he goes because I'm sure he has a solid conclusion but it's difficult to see at this juncture. Heroes In Crisis continues to be perplexing, yet compelling. Another amazing issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge Jan 3, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis continues to be divisive, but Issue #4 at least starts to raise it up beyond the grim and the dark. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jan 2, 2019

    There's a lot to like about the issue with some humor breaking up the seriousness of the series and moments that have you looking forward to what comes next. Then there's other moments like the Lois pin-up and a few scenes where it's hard to tell when they happen that makes things a bit disjointed in flow and tone. It's a mixed-bag of an issue for an otherwise intriguing event series and for a writer who generally nails these things. Hopefully it's more a bump in the journey than a sign up things to come. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Batman-News - Joshua McDonald Jan 3, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis is an important and emotionally gripping book that is plagued by a number of problems. For every incredible moment we get, we receive an equally questionable moment. In this issue, King starts to show his hand a little more blatantly, but it's nothing new for readers" And considering the momentum of this book relies on "what's around the next corner?" that's not necessarily a good thing. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis is probably the most frustrating series on the stands right now, balancing brilliant character-based moments with a narrative that rarely makes much sense and constantly zig-zags away from the most compelling parts of the story. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Epicstream - Brian McCormick Jan 9, 2019

    King distracts readers a bit by letting Mann's artwork tell most of the story, which results in a quick read, but with sparse relevance. Read Full Review

  • 5.8
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway Jan 2, 2019

    The big shocker is that the comic book public learns about things that happened three issues ago. If that doesn't grab you, how about an unorthodox pairing of hero and villain? Hah? Yeah, it seems like a dumb gimmick to me, too. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Multiversity Comics - Michael Govan Jan 4, 2019

    "Heroes in Crisis" should focus less on murder mystery and more on...well, the heroes in crisis. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Watch - Cody White Jan 11, 2019

    It is worth noting that Mann's artwork, the high point of the series and perhaps a high water mark for comics in 2018, seemed rushed in several sequences, particularly the much-debated Batgirl session and the above Donna Troy session. Coupled with the fact that Lee Weeks subbed in for nearly a full issue recently already, it does raise questions as to how well Mann is able to keep up with this title. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jan 5, 2019

    I feel that Tom King has lost touch with whatever point or theme he's trying to make about superhero mental health by focusing more on plot points. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jan 6, 2019

    I dread the storylines that will spring out of this series. Opiod addictions! Political disputes! Climate change debates! It makes you long for the days of Kanjar Ro and T.O. Morrow... Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Jan 7, 2019

    Overall: Heroes in Crisis #4 is another lifeless issue. King's story is shallow and thin delivered in a painfully decompressed manner. I have no idea why anyone other than the most die-hard Tom King fans would bother wasting their hard-earned money on Heroes in Crisis. I would strongly recommend saving your money for much higher quality big event stories like what Geoff Johns is delivering over on Doomsday Clock. Read Full Review

  • 4.7
    Sequential Planet - Matthew Dillon Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis offers little in the way of meaningful content. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Jan 3, 2019

    I did not enjoy this issue. There are great ideas and moments that I latched onto but there's not enough here. I don't know what's driving this story. The tonal inconsistencies created by strange artistic choices only make it worse. I need this story to have more of a focus because it feels like it's all over the place right now. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comicosity - Michael Hale Jan 2, 2019

    For all the progress on the emotional front, issues involving technicalities of the plot and a particularly bad character twist means that Heroes in Crisis is, itself, still a comic in a crisis. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    ComicBook.com - Christian Hoffer Jan 2, 2019

    This might be the strongest issue of Heroes in Crisis yet, although previous issues of the comic have set a very low bar to surpass. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Hussein Wasiti Jan 2, 2019

    What I'm about to say is very mean-spirited, but I think this is kind of pathetic. Mann is trying to appeal to people with his sexy characters, and King is attempting to appeal to hardcore DC fans with such scenes as the reuniting of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. There's simply nothing here, and I hope that the success of this book doesn't send DC the wrong message. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    egon244 Jan 2, 2019

    "$%@# this"

    That kinda sums it up. In all honesty, this issue is really mixed and uneven. There are some nice moments and then there are "what the hell is this?!" moments.

    Let's start with the good things. The art is phenomenal. Everything looks great, the heroes, locations, backgrounds, but the winner is the page with Lois. I can't take my eyes off it. She looks stunning.

    As for the nice moment... well, let me think... ok, I've got few.
    - Black Canary's interview (I'm guessing it reflect perfectly some readers attitude for this book).
    - Booster and Beetle's bromance.
    - And Triniti's conversation in the Bat-cave (I'll hide the dinosaur).

    But let's get down to the meat. Let's ta more

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  • 5.0
    Nihilist Jan 2, 2019

    There's a sweet Stan Lee in memoriam page at the very end of this comic, naturally with his signature "Excelsior!". I have a better quote, though. One that could summarize what I think of Heroes in Crisis, and what Tom King should ask DC to do with it. Or him - doesn't make a difference to me.
    "Finish - spare the shame!", as Sienkiewicz wrote in The Deluge.

    If you've been following previous issues, wasting your time and brain cells on them, you already know it's a boring, out of character slug of an event, as thought-provoking as Fox News propaganda (sorry, Comicsverse, but shots fired). I would normally just ignore it after 1-2 issues, seeing what it is, and realizing it's not for me, but we're talking about a universe-shak more

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  • 2.0
    myconius Jan 2, 2019

    there's nothing i can say that other reviewers have already said more eloquently than i ever could.

    this event is pure garbage. absolute total garbage.

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  • 5.0
    JordanT4021 Jan 2, 2019

    In one word: bland.

    Not good but not bad either. Simply middle of the road. You’d think as we’re essentially at the halfway point of the story that things would be more tense and suspenseful, but in truth it’s hard to get excited when issues are full to the brim of needless filler and one tidbit of new information to keep the story flowing. With such a slow buildup, it’s a wonder if the initial plan was for 9 issues in the arc, or if that was a profit making decision somewhere up the tree.

    More of that poor characterisation we’ve come to expect. I’ll be completely honest, I’m not totally familiar with Lois and Clark, but surely when they’re friends and families mental health and secrets are at stake, th more

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  • 2.0
    SONOFBATMANN Jan 2, 2019

    I normally give 2's to comics that generally offended me, and this issue really did.

    And no, I could care less about the apparent "hypersexualization" of Lois Lane and Barbara in this issue.

    It's Tom King's writing of every character in this book makes me want to stop reading comics.

    The Trinity is literally incompetent in this series: Batman is a dope, and Superman is written as a naive and idiotic buffoon who apparently puts his job as a reporter first before the secrets and struggles of the entire superhuman community.

    King continues to try to make Harley DC's Deadpool, with her literally being immune to any judgment or harm. And apparently Batgirl is seen by Bruce as a "pitiful and broken" an more

  • 1.0
    Hi! I'm TP Jan 2, 2019

    Sexualization of trauma, objectification of women's body in contrast with the treatment of male characters, decompression with literally empty, copy pasted panels and heroes worrying more about their egos rather than a slaughter in their own safe space.

    I know that there is a fetish thing with the Killing Joke but Heroes in Crisis goes a step further with this idea. Good art is not enough. It needs a story too. And there is no story here. But most importantly...

    When Moore wrote Promethea, when Amy wrote Poison Ivy, when Snyder wrote Batman, all three very smart and intellectual people, they used subtlety to make their points obvious yet discreet. This is the opposite. This is boasting. This is ego.

    Pausing more

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  • 2.0
    Bleemak Jan 2, 2019

    First of all, skip the synopsis. Nothing happens in this issue what synopsis says.

    Positives. Artwork is pretty good. Althought the sexualisation of Harley, Batgirl and Lois just doesn't make sense here. It's so out of place. And yes, the positives just became a negative thjing.

    And then, what problems does this have you may ask. Well. First of all, nothing happens. Booster escapes, Harley meets Batgirl and Lois Lane releases the vids or something to the public of the Sanctuary because reasons.

    Writing is bad. Especially for Batman, which is odd, since KING WRITES BATMAN AND WILL WRITE IT FOR ANOTHER 38 ISSUES OR SOMETHING. Or isn't and it shows how doomed we are.

    4 issues in and we still have no more

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  • 8.5
    ohhaimark Jan 2, 2019


    -I'm loving Clay Mann's art, but I almost think Lee Weeks captured the emotion necessary for the story better, y'know?

    -I thought the beginning with Tempest was a truly sad and also powerful moment that I really enjoyed, not to mention the best title credits we've gotten yet.

    -I actually thought that Batgirl's therapy session was a very powerful callback to the Killing Joke.

    -I think the Harley and Batgirl relationship is played out really nicely and well-done in this issue.

    -"Bros before heroes." +1/2 point for Booster and Beetle bromance, one of my favorite things ever.

    -Black Canary's therapy session wasn't so much powerful, but it was humorous and it had a gr more

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  • 6.0
    MKW69 Jan 2, 2019

    Least Bad, but still Bad. Donna obituary makes no sense. Troy existed. Things that she said could be attributed, to too many things. Ted is just wasteful, and ridiculing the canon. He didn't died in New 52/ Rebirth Era. I'ts too late.

  • 5.5
    waltgator93 Jan 2, 2019

    This issue left me confused, not good confused either. The dialogue is so cringy. King has been writing Batman since May 2016, and even his lines were awful! When we last saw Tempest he was not that fucked up. So did Donna and Batgirl escape the murderer? Were they there when it happened? Half of this issue felt so random and doubt it will be closed when this story is done. Art was pretty good! Only thing I actually enjoyed.

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  • 5.5
    Darkseid24 Jan 2, 2019

    Heroes in Crisis 4 once again fails to explain anything& I’m willing to wait, since there are still some issues left.
    This issue still felt underwhelming to me, I have the feeling King tries something similar like Watchmen or Identity Crisis, but fails to do so due to lack of quality writing. There are fun scenes with Black Canary for example ( she probably was the smartest in this story)& also with Bruce, Clark& WW. However some characters are out of character. Despite Lois being a reporter, I really doubt she would do, what she just did in HiC4& betray her friends like that. Nor do I think Superman would.
    Harley also is awfully portrayed here yet again& gets the victim card once again. Does Batgirl really forget, that Harley more

  • 3.0
    YourGreenMuse Jan 4, 2019

    Wow. Priceless. I'm really not interested in this anymore. I don't agree with most of the characterizations in this. I feel like nothing much is happening. And I hate, hate, hate dialogue.

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  • 9.5
    Samuel Almeida Jan 2, 2019

    Keeps getting better. Awesome murder mystery book. My favorite part was probably the short but cool moment between Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. Bros before Heroes!!!

    As for the new wave of complains about the book: nobody is making comments about Clark in his underwear on the bed. Seems like every month some people dig really deep to find new reasons to hate this book. Its like Identity Crises all over again. A bunch of cry after cry after cry, but in the end, it becomes a modern classic. If you dont like it, just drop it. Its that simple. But what do i know :)

    Oh and the art is perfect. Nothing to complain there. Clay Mann draws the hottest Booster Gold i have ever seen!

    About the Superman thing: He betray more

  • 7.0
    Linkush Jan 2, 2019


    Probably my least favorite issue so far.
    Nobody seems to grieve about the fact that a lot of heroes died and Harley Quinn is just too
    sexualized (page 16, for example, was just not necessary) But overall the art was great as usual.

    Booster and Blue Beetle parts were awesome and I liked the ending, seems to be going in an interesting way.

    That's it, not a lot happened to be honest, but I had fun reading it for the most part.

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  • 6.5
    JBL Reviews Jan 2, 2019

    I want to like it, but...it’s hard. I don’t believe Lois or Clark would do what they did. There’s also too much ambiguity at this point. I think we are supposed to think it’s clever, but at some point it moves into annoying,

  • 6.0
    RBL Jan 2, 2019

    Tl;dr With this issue HiC fails to elevate itself above what has been a rather lackluster event so far. A few good moments that showcase character's personalities are present and acknowledge their histories are shown, but overall it does not end on the notable cliffhanger the writer and editors believed it is. It's a whimper rather than a bang. Just before the halfway point of the story and this event has not lived up to the hype, the casualties, and its moniker as a Crisis event.

    The varian covers showing notable events members of the Justice League have gone through were a great nod to past storylines and indicate how continuity is kept, I for one appreciate this. The one for this issue being Aquaman losing his hand.

  • 5.0
    Talon1load Jan 2, 2019

    This series is just bad. Everyone is written out of character. Batgirl and Harley suddenly have some sort of an emotional connection out of nowhere. Lois and Clark are more concerned with protecting their anonymous sources than catching a killer. This is just a terrible series that DC needs to hurry up and forget about.

  • 3.0
    gusresm Jan 2, 2019

    Wally, Poison Ivy and Roy just died and nobody grieves. The word’s great detectives act stupidly. Most of the heroes act out of character. I love Grayson, Vison and Mr miracle but Tom King writing here is downright terrible. As others have point put, the sexualization of the female characters is of bad taste, speacially in a series that is supposed to be about trauma and grief. The art is amazing and the only saving grace of the train wreck.

    Also, I’m sure Wally is the killer, which only makes things worst.

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  • 1.0
    ryaleus Jan 2, 2019

    This just keeps getting worse

  • 1.0
    RedDiamondDame Jan 2, 2019

    I can’t even justify wasting time writing a full review. I cannot imagine this series being worth any point in reading after this trashfire of an issue.

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  • 7.5
    Comix4fever Jan 2, 2019

    I’m overjoyed to see Tempest alive after Titans 28!

  • 7.5
    mrDovydas Feb 12, 2019

    Slow burn, which, I imagine, would work so much better as a complete thing, e.g. an OGN. But still, not too bad, not what most would expect from a superhero event.

  • 7.0
    Comic Princess Jan 4, 2019

    Not sure what to think about using Harley this way. I might hate it. :-/ Artwork is nice I guess.

  • 5.0
    nec Jan 2, 2019

    14 year old me would love this book. Too bad I'm not 14

  • 4.5
    RaisingBlack Jan 3, 2019

    Tom King is a strange person. He can be like Bendis with ignoring continuity and what others have built into these characters, but he does it with massively less charm and heart. Tom King at this point seems to be writing Batman and Batman family like he really wants off the book. This is the thinnest in this issue so far. Nothing really changes aside from Batgirl seemingly taking a lead in this investigation. I use investigation loosely because this book has not read as a strong mystery. Clay Mann is a great artist and the book looks good but that is about it. Some characters don't look quite how they currently look. Heroes in Crisis sometimes feels like it was supposed to have been a Black Label book because at least the world and story w more

  • 3.5
    KFuqua Jan 4, 2019

    This was a whole lot of nothing!

  • 2.0
    Briton Jan 6, 2019

    Absolute rubbish, and none of the 'deaths' will stick.

  • 1.0
    Yam09 Jan 2, 2019

    I love Tom King, but this is so bad. One of the worst comics I ever read. It's trying to be deep, but only ending up as edgy.

  • 9.0
    Nickweiser Jan 2, 2019

    I know many will disagree and that is fine but I loved this issue and that is saying a lot cause before reading this I was ready to drop this from my pull. Mann kills it on the art because of course he does. King's writing clicked with me on this issue unlike the previous 3. I'm still upset about Wally's death but I'm going to hold out hope that there will be a great resolution to all this come the finish line.

  • 9.0
    Br'er Lapin Jan 7, 2019

    Anyone who thinks this is sexualized is a maroon.

  • 8.5
    Ferrrnandodo Jan 9, 2019

    Clay Mann's art keeps up the level; it's so damn gorgeous! I'm in love with his work in here.
    The problem is, as in many cases of literature and adaptation of, that we can't yet elucidate who caused all the chaos and murders around Sanctuary. But it's normal, I guess; it's just the fourth out of nine (I think they're gonna be 9).

  • 8.0
    SloboSOY Jan 4, 2019

    This part of the story is kind of weird. I have trouble imagine Batgirl helping Harley. After all Joker is the one who hurt Babs the most.
    And then we have Blue beetle ... Like that ! No explanation for is return. Don't seems to be a hallucination, maybe a illusion but does Booster wouldn't see the thruth ? I don't know something is off like if we are not in earth prime since the beginning. Will see about that.

    Cover - Ok related in some way, and nicely made. 1/2
    Writing - Steel interesting. I love the thing with the coin and the dinosaure ^^ ... 2.5/3
    Arts - Love it, Lois is hooooot but am-I the only one wondering if Babs & Harley have some kind of lesbians relationship ? 3/3
    Feeling - Really really good. But more

  • 8.0

    After a pretty meh 3rd issue Tom King manages to get the book back on track by further escalating the Sanctuary situation. I'm not sure I even buy the ending. There's a huge cliffhanger but it seems like something that shouldn't logically happen the way it does.  

    Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey continue to be a glorious 1-2 punch on art. Clay gets a lot of flak for sexualizing his female characters but I'm not seeing anything here worth getting worked up over. The women are hot, deal with it!

    I'm expecting a change of pace soon because this is probably the "dryest" event I've ever read. It's well written, characters get cool moments like Blue Beetle and Booster Gold staging a jailbreak but the series just isn't all that more

  • 6.0
    bucswin611 Jan 2, 2019

    I don't want to be too critical (I genuinely love everything I had read by King until this series) - but this feels like a waste of Clay Mann, who is delivering some of the most beautiful superhero pages in years, expect for almost every woman being portrayed as a sexy Instagram model...?

    I find myself just wanting the words to be different on every page. The best I can say is there are great moments, but the story just isn't there - not in this form, in 30ish pages in 4 issues so far.

  • 5.5
    Full Spread Jan 18, 2019

    I defended the first three issues. But at this point, Tom King is cruising on angst, as if he expects the very fact that superheroes are acting sad is some potent post-modern powerhouse.

    This issue grinds to a halt whenever the plot developments are sidetracked for yet ANOTHER 9-panel grid. I'm fine with showing heroes dealing with PTSD. But the gimmick already feels played out.

    Beautiful art, though.

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