Naomi #4

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker Artist: Jamal Campbell Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 17, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 1
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7.5User Rating

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The newest sensation in the DC Universe discovers the secret behind her birth, her adoption and her connection to the great Multiverse. Hop on board a look at the DC Multiverse you never knew existed and the new mysteries and threats it brings to our world. From the creators behind Jessica Jones and Bitter Root comes a brand-new look at the world of superheroes through the eyes of a most unlikely hero!

  • 10
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Apr 17, 2019

    Mark Millar is crafting a series of new comics with Netflix with a goal being to create original new content for the streaming service. Naomi might not be an obvious candidate for a blockbuster film, but I could easily see this becoming an addictive TV series on the DC streaming service, DC Universe. It's got all the ingredients of a potential hit beyond the comic book pages. Until then, I'll happy appreciate getting more breadcrumbs revealed each month as more of the mystery unfolds. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Apr 17, 2019

    Jamal Campbell's art is fantastic. Both the style of the art and the details used in each panel make the issue visually stunning. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Apr 17, 2019

    In this fourth issue, Bendis, Walker, and Campbell deliver the backstory of Naomi--a new hero who likely gets the big delivery on her mysterious origin next issue. The background on the character has been pretty fun in the course of this mini-series, but once the mystery is fully revealed, it will remain to be seen if she can remain as enjoyable as she is here. Given that the character is driven by the mystery of her own past, its possible that theyll continue to string that out as far as possible as she forges ahead in the DC universe beyond her initial mini-series. The perpetual mystery is only as engaging as the character that mystery is shadowed by. Naomi continues to feel engaging in this fourth issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    AiPT! - Ritesh Babu Apr 17, 2019

    Naomi is a touching journey of identity and truth, written, drawn and lettered to convey incredibly veracity. Campbell steals the show, as Walker and Bendis continue to reach higher Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Christian Hoffer Apr 17, 2019

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  • 8.0
    Comic Book Corps - Clayton Hinojosa Apr 15, 2019

    There is no hiding where DC's fan base holds Bendis in regards to his writing on characters like Superman, or Batman. Naomi, for the first two issues were a breath of fresh air for it seemed Bendis finally found his spot in the DC Universe. Last issue left me with the rest of the fans. The issue was flat and didn't go the way I wanted it. With issue four, I feel the average reader could flip a coin on how they feel about this issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Apr 17, 2019

    Bendis and Walker obviously have big plans for her in the DCU, but four issues in I couldn't tell you what they were if I tried. I like the series, but with only two issues left and Campbell committed to another series after this, I'm worried about getting a satisfying resolution. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Apr 17, 2019

    This is a really quick read that looks great but is getting more and more frustrating the longer Bendis and Walker bury the lead.  I like Naomi and want to know everything about her, but after four issues it feels like we are being strung along.  I like this series enough, but I really think I'd love it if it were paced better. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    waltgator93 Apr 17, 2019

    Well we finally learned where Naomi comes from and it's a good store but just think the mom overreacted last issue with Dee then. Good art. Very short issue, could have done more.

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