Immortal Weapons #4

Writer: Duane Swierczynski Artist: Khari Evans Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 4, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Tiger’s Beautiful Daughter – her beauty is legendary; her kung fu, unmatched. Now learn how one of the most gorgeous women in the world also became one of its deadliest fighters! In a distant dimension, undefeatable men fight wars to protect their beautiful, well-groomed wives, sisters and daughters. But when the men prove not so undefeatable after all, who will stand and fight for her home…and change a world in the process? Rated T …$3.99

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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Nov 14, 2009

    This particular Immortal Weapon was my least favorite in her initial appearances, especially after she was absent during the battle with Zhou Cheng for some reason, but she made up poins with her "I have an itch" gambit in hell. This issue moves her to a status second only to fave-rave Fat Cobra in terms of sheer awesome. Duane Swierczynski delivers a nice tale with a slightly telegraphed Rod Serling ending, but gives TBD some much-appreciated depth while maintaining her status as half-naked ass-kicker extraordinaire. Khari Evans delivers what is probably the hardest part of an issue like this, making sure that TBD and her sisters are credible both as beauties and as warriors. Indeed, in a couple of panels, Li Hua has a bearing and stature that remind me more than a little of Wonder Woman herself, which is no mean feat. All in all, this is a very enjoyable issue, with a bit of eye candy, a touching story of mother and daughter bonding even after death, and some battle sequences that wo Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Nov 10, 2009

    "Immortal Weapons" #4 is another pleasing installment of this mini-series. At this point I don't know if we'll see the return of "The Immortal Iron Fist" or not, but if we don't then I feel like the series (including these issues) has gone out on a high note. Swierczynski and company are bringing back that same amount of fun that Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction initially infused to the title. With stories like this, I'll keep coming back. Read Full Review

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