The Crow: Memento Mori #4

Writer: Roberto Recchioni Artist: Werther Dell'edera Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: July 11, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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While Father Raphael appears visibly excited upon hearing of David's crusade, the young Crow cannot seem to find his mission truly accomplished and questions whether Evil doesn't truly hide within every man's heart. But what is the truth that the Crow means to show him?  David's holy quest for vengeance comes to an end, but will he truly find his peace?

  • 9.5
    Comic Watch - Steve Batley Jul 15, 2018

    Follow to find out when The Crow will return, as it surely must! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    ComicBuzz - Adam T Bennett Jul 19, 2018

    Now only having read #4 in this Memento Mori series I can tell this is going to be a great story, a story with heart and pain. The art style is great, it has beautiful colors and a gloomy atmosphere, and the writing is exactly what I wanted in a series like this. This is a comic book that I'll be looking for when it comes in trade form for sure, I was hesitant to branch from the original James O'Barr story but I'm really happy I did and reviewed this book. I mean this in the best way possible, Memento Mori is visual pain and hard emotion much like the original The Crow story, so for this, it's getting a high score. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Jul 10, 2018

    Overall I was enjoying The Crow Memento Mori. It wasn't the greatest thing ever, but it tells a good The Crow storywith some interesting modifications. Then this issuehit and completely blew me away. If you have read this series or one issue and thoughtyou knew where this was going, well you don't. What delightfulsurprise this issue turned out to be! It's a must read! Read Full Review

  • 8.2 - Harrison Rawdin Jul 11, 2018

    What we have in our hands is an engaging turn of events that's sure to grab attention when you head to your local comic shop today.Add in the brief but excellent short story at the end, “The Most Beautiful Suicide” by Micol Beltramini and Daniele Serra, and it makes the $3.99 price tag more than worthwhile. So by all means grab a copy ofThe Crow: Memento Mori #4 as the latest issue comes recommended. Read Full Review

  • 5.1
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Jul 14, 2018

    The story was shock value and didn't really work with the out of the blue reveal and the sudden killing of the main protagonist and antagonist, leaving not much in the way of characters as this was thin on the ground for them anyway. The sad reality is this was working as Crow book and some fans could have been sold on that alone, but now the hero (anti-hero?) is no longer involved it may be a breaking part for some. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Crusaders - Mike Rogers Jul 16, 2018

    I wish the penciller had given himself and me a chance to read this story. This guy does incredible work and I am a serious fan of his " he does some really amazing splash and cover work. These are my favorite subjects of his, and so perhaps this is why I am so disappointed or rather shocked here. Read Full Review

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