Seven Soldiers of Victory: Klarion The Witch Boy #4
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Seven Soldiers of Victory: Klarion The Witch Boy #4

Event\Storyline: Seven Soldiers of Victory Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Frazer Irving Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 19, 2005 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
8.0Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

Klarion has reluctantly returned to his lost colony of Puritans in Limbo Town, far below New York City, to warn them of an impending invasion. Can Klarion and Teekl convince the people of Limbo Town that not only their entire way of life is in danger, but their whole world?

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Oct 27, 2005

    Grim visions: Irving outdoes himself with this issue, somehow mixing up dire, macabre irony with a real sense of fun and beauty, even in a palette thats mostly black and blue. Its not been a particularly easy ride, but it has been a fascinating, stylish, gloomy and Gothic good time. And if the last installment was a little too Lost Boys for me, well: Even mothers can make mistakes, offers Klarions, in a very nice little summation of all of Grants subtext. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Oct 27, 2005

    Ive not followed the majority of the Seven Soldiers stuff, as thats Too Much DC For Me, but by gosh, the whole thing was worth the time and effort for Morrison and his collaborators if only because it spawned this series. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Oct 27, 2005

    Assuming he survives Seven Soldiers #1, where Klarion might fit in the DC Universe is uncertain at best. But that is perhaps the characters greatest strength: DC has nothing else like him. Sure, there are a few goth characters, like Raven in Teen Titans, but not really, and not with such an intricate and inspired background as Klarion. Perhaps his place is not important; theres no reason Klarion should need to interact with Superman every few months to be a viable character. If played correctly, Klarion the Witchboy could join Sandman as DCs pop culture property. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 21, 2005

    Frazier Irving's artwork truly blew me away this issue. The subtle, distinctive expression registering often the same emotions on multiple blue faces helps shape the denizens of Klarion's world as people rather than plot devices. Read Full Review

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