Made in Korea #4

Writer: Jeremy Holt Artist: George Schall Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: August 25, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 4
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  • 8.0 - Evan Valentine Aug 25, 2021

    The "Proxy Story" by Wook-Jin Clark is also able to weave a heartwrenching story playing on the elements of this world, and is definitely a fantastic addition to the issue as well. Read Full Review

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    Lotusland Comics - Hank Rea Aug 25, 2021

    'Made in Korea' has been a smart and enthralling series thus far. This chilling chapter takes on some all-too-real violence that could divide readers but it is handled as delicately as possible. It certainly changes everything for Jesse, her parents, and the programmer. Holt doesn't shy away from telling a powerful, poignant, ugly aspect of American life through this story. It's sobering and painful to witness but ultimately hard to look away from.    Read Full Review

  • 10
    Aviator5000 Aug 25, 2021

    The whole story so far has read like a high production, high concept, drama series.

    I'm left wishing I almost hopped on this once the trades started coming out, because I'm anxious for the next issue Everytime. Holt has drastically changed the tone of this story a few times (at least in my opinion), with the hope-fufilling and uplifting family ai assisted story. Only to see her get more hungry for more knowledge and interaction, only to run into horrible Hyper Americana stereotypes of crowd shooters. Watching a young innocent child strung along and influenced to commit heinous crimes unknowingly.

    This issue explored how that might play out perfectly. It felt very visceral and raw, but extremely well crafted.

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    ComicWorm Dec 8, 2021

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