Lost Soldiers #4

Writer: Ales Kot Artist: Luca Casalanguida, Heather Moore Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 4, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
9.2Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

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  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Nov 4, 2020

    Throughout it all, Heather Marie Lawrence Moore is a star. Her colors bring the worlds of modern Juarez and the Vietnam War together and define time as a flat circle describing the cycles of endless violence playing out before readers. She elevates Lost Soldiers into the realm of comics poetry, and makes issue #4 one of the most stunning reading experiences to emerge from 2020. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Jake Palermo Nov 12, 2020

    Lost Soldiers #4 shows how far the protagonist has come and how much distance has been made between him and the reader. Because by this point, the reader knows this design has nothing to gain but deadly silence. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Arbaz M. Khan Nov 3, 2020

    While this issue isn't necessarily the hardcore action-packed romp found in most soldier narratives, it speaks to the soul of anyone who's struggling to move past the violence. While the book deems itself Lost Soldiers, it's really about boys avoiding the violence put upon them through their own situations. Whilst our current set of wars and injustices can't be avoided, we need to listen to each other before we push one another away. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    Sequential Planet - Alexander Cole Dec 2, 2020

    This is an incredibly action-packed instalment of Lost Soldiers. After seeing Kowalski and his collection of weaponry at the end of last issue we now get to see him pursue his revenge. The story itself is fairly simple. A man interfering with drug cartel business in order to pressure them into giving him what he wants. The writing of the characters is terrific. Kowalski shows so much of his trauma not only through flashbacks but his narration and body language in the modern day moments. Burke doesn't say much but you can tell so much about him just from his facial expressions and the few sentences he speaks. The art was splendid, particularly the use of colour throughout the issue. I loved this and I think copies of these comics belong in any mature reader's collection. Read Full Review

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