Mage: The Hero Denied #4

Writer: Matt Wagner Artist: Matt Wagner Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 15, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The adventures of Kevin Matchstick continue in the final part of creator MATT WAGNER's classic trilogy of comics fantasy. In order to buy time for his family's ultimate protection, Kevin has made a distraction of himself. Drawing on the power of Excalibur, he creates a beacon for his enemies to find him, hoping to lure them into a trap. But the supernatural entity that appears to confront him is unlike any opponent he has ever faced and leads to an epic showdown. Can even the blazing power of Excalibur defend the Pendragon from the vengeful wrath of...a Goddess?
MAGE: THE HERO DENIED is a 15-issue limited series climaxing in a double-size more

  • 10
    Pop Culture HQ - Joshua Winchester Nov 15, 2017

    What happens when Kevin decides to try and take the fight to his enemies? Things dont exactly turn out how he planned. Its an action-filled, magic-heavy chapter this time around, with lots of fantastic classic Kevin Matchstick-style sorcery at play. In other words, dont miss out because readers will find themselves anxiously awaiting issue #5. Grab a copy of Mage: The Hero Denied #4 and see what happens next! Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 21, 2017

    Mage: The Hero Denied is moving right along and the scale of events is widening with our understanding of what's happening. There's still a lot of mystery but nothing so big that it can't be answered by the time everything is said and done with this title. Team Wagner is doing a lot of good stuff here with the visual and story presentation and my hopes continue to be that once all is said and done we can have one massive tome so that it's a strong read from start to finish with the Kevin Matchstick story. This is a very good chapter with what it does and it left me grinning throughout. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Watch - Justin Cooper Nov 30, 2017

    Start off by picking up the Issue #0 of this tale and jump in while we are only on #4, because not only is it fun, witty and reminds me a lot of Hellboy, since it is rooted in mythology and legend. Check this book out! Read Full Review

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