Turok #4

Writer: Ron Marz Artist: Roberto Castro Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: July 17, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
8.0Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

Turok discovers the greatest mystery of the Lost Valley is ... Turok himself?! Stunning revelations abound as Turok learns the long-buried truth about the Lost Valley, and about himself. Now he just has to live long enough to escape this time-lost land and the fate waiting for him thanks to the bounty hunter who has doggedly pursued him. Oh, and dinosaurs too! More prehistoric peril by Ron Marz and Roberto Castro!

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 17, 2019

    The three-month gap between issues isn't too big of a problem overall simply because we're still early enough in the run but I can imagine it undercutting some of the energy those opening installments had. It's definitely a fun issue that moves things forward and exposes Turok to an even bigger world and I'm very curious to see what the real intent of everything is here. The dynamic between all the characters is pretty strong for what we do get here and I like seeing the disparity in how Andar and Turok view everything while still trusting each other. Marz keeps things moving well here and Castro delivers a lot of good stuff, from the fun of Bionosaurs at the start to the big reveal at the end that has me eager for another issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Watch - Nicolas Duncan Jul 28, 2019

    Turok #4 is my favorite issue thus far. Not perfect, but Marz clearly has the skill to give his fans what they want! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Jul 20, 2019

    This is probably my favorite issue of this Turok series so far. While not perfect and, honestly, I am not fully invested in the characters or what is going on I still find it all very interesting at the same time. The art seems to have improved from the other issues and made for a dynamic read. Turok #4 is a very fast read. Once the story starts Marz does not let up or slow down. In a way that is good, as the story gets to where it needs to be. But also for a $3.99, 22-page story, I feel like we need a little bit more sustenance. I do like where Turok #4 leaves us off story-wise. It is something new and interesting that I want to see what Marz does with. So, he has kept me on for a few more issues. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    GTMedia Reviews Nov 18, 2020

    I've reviewed several series from Dynamite Comics since the blog began a couple of years ago. I've only read one series from Dynamite that ended up being actively bad (Rainbow Brite). The main problem the publisher seems to have is that if the title doesn't feature a character with boobs than then the series is probably a one-and-done story arc that isn't gonna get a follow-up.

    It's not the worst problem for a publisher to have. The format allows for a creator to tell their story in the space allotted which makes for less decompression than you typically see from a mainstream publisher. However, if you're looking for an ongoing series featuring these characters it's hard to get excited when there aren't any long-term prospects b more

  • 6.0
    CaptnAmerca Jul 19, 2019

    What the heck just happened? It's been a few months since the last issue of Turok, and this one just throws some crazy-ass shit right at you.

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