The Nice House on the Lake #12

Writer: James Tynion IV Artist: Alvaro Martinez Bueno Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 28, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 24
9.0Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

The cataclysmic conclusion of the Eisner Award-winning horror hit is here at last...and to say anything more would ruin the only finale more shocking than the end of the world itself! No one is safe and everything can change in an instant!

  • 10
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Dec 27, 2022

    This is one of the best works of both creators' career, and cycle two can't come fast enough. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Dec 29, 2022

    Alvaro Martinez Bueno delivers some stunning visuals throughout the issue. Every page is filled with something to capture the eye and imagination. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    AIPT - David Brooke Dec 27, 2022

    The Nice House on the Lake #12 has everything that made this series great, from exceptional writing from multiple points of view and characters, incredible powers from the lake house host, and some deliciously disturbing things to think about once all is said done. Don't pass on The Nice House on the Lake there's nothing else like it, and it's as cutting-edge and exciting as comics can get. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    DC Comics News - Steve J. Ray Dec 27, 2022

    If like me, you've been following this story from the beginning, then this finale will satisfy you, but will also leave you wanting more. At least we now know that we'll actually be getting it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Chase Magnett Dec 28, 2022

    The Nice House on the Lake functions as a pause point, much as issue #6 did before revealing new information and pushing the vast architecture of this apocalyptic sci-fi tale forward, an impossible invitation to resist. Yet its greatest promise remains in what still lies ahead. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Ricardo Denis Dec 28, 2022

    If this last issue is meant to the closing of a part of a larger story, then it's easier to forgive the lax nature of it and its overreliance on text-only pages. As it stands, it doesn't really feel like an end. There's not even enough for an open-ended type of conclusion. In fact, it feels more like a recap with a big decision in the middle of it. If this really is how it comes to a close, though, then it's unfortunate its final moments unravel in a manner befitting of a middle chapter in a book rather than a concluding one. Read Full Review

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