Home #4

Writer: Michael Coast, Julian Rowe, Bill Jemas Artist: Francis Nuguit Publisher: Double Take Release Date: June 1, 2016 Cover Price: $2.5 Critic Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
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A happy family, a lovely spring evening, and zombies. The family that faces zombies together stays together. Until they don't. The Foster family learns that blood, literally, is thicker than water. Then they pop out of the frying pan and into the fire.

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal May 31, 2016

    My only gripe with this series is that Lisa came on strong in the first issue and I'm sure most people hated that. A foul-mouthed little girl not be acknowledged by the people around her is something we have strangely seen a lot of in our media over the years, but dammit" I liked it. I thought it was funny as hell and she stole the show. I get the need to tone her down some, but now it feels like she's barely in the comic. Here's to hoping that issue five sees her triumphant return to the forefront of the story or at the very least throat chops her brother. Lastly, don't let the score fool you, this is still a very strong issue worth picking up. Read Full Review

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