New Warriors #4

Writer: Zeb Wells Artist: Skottie Young Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3
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THE INITIATIVE is in trouble and the New Warriors come to their rescue against the all-new ZODIAC! Back at S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, Tony Stark may be forced to take a harder stance on the New Warriors at the request of a high-ranking government official. Meanwhile, Detectives Sykes and Givens come ever closer to solving the mystery of Night Thrasher and the mastermind behind the New Warriors. And Sofia makes perhaps the biggest decision of her young life, but is it the right one?

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Sep 6, 2007

    It was an incredibly unexpected ending to this issue, and if publicized, would be a real killer to any credibility the untrained teen heroes had been trying to build and quite possibly serve to prove Tony Stark right with the SHRA. I was unsure of whether I was going to be sticking with this book, as while it was a good book, it was not impressing me enough to stay on long term. This issue changed all that. Lots of mystery as to who Night Thrasher is, an excellent ending that left me wanting more and chomping at the bit to see the next issue and this issue really hit one out of the park. Highly recommended issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Oct 10, 2005

    One of the most bizarre things about Marvel at the moment is that a great number of their flagship titles are ineptly-produced garbage (New Avengers), while an equal number of these no-hoper projects that no one's buying and Marvel aren't bothering to promote (Drax) are actually rather good. New Warriors falls firmly into the latter camp. Great stuff. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Zak Edwards Sep 20, 2007

    Paco Medina continues to be a perfect fit for this series. The animated characters work great for showing these teens as just that, teenagers While Grevioux creates the characters with dialogue, Medina defines them with his great pencils. Nothing seems awkward and barely anything is disproportionate, except maybe the tiny cops, but thats on purpose. Basically, Medina is doing an amazing job. Read Full Review

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