Warlock: Rebirth #4

Writer: Ron Marz Artist: Ron Lim Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 12, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 4
5.3Critic Rating
6.2User Rating

It's Warlock vs. Warlock! But will Adam emerge victorious? Or will Eve reign supreme as the new Warlock of the cosmos!
Rated T+

  • 6.8
    The Comicbook Dispatch - Dispatchdcu Jul 13, 2023

    While Warlock: Rebirth #4 aims to evoke the nostalgic feel of comics from the late 80s or early 90s, it falls short in fully developing its characters and their complexities. The supporting cast is underutilized, leaving readers longing for a deeper exploration of their potential. Nevertheless, the art stands out as a highlight, with a seamless collaboration among the three artists who skillfully convey the impact of each punch and successfully emulate the style of Marvel comics from the past. Although the issue has its merits, it ultimately falls shy of delivering a fully satisfying and well-rounded narrative. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Jul 13, 2023

    Lim had done a lot of work over the years. Its possible that some of his most captivating work was with Jim Starlin on The Thanos Quest. That series had an intensity to it that came from far more than the mere physical conflict that Marz is bringing to the page here. If there was a bit more of an emotional component to the conflict, this would be a powerful rebirth and not just a weird...reanimation of old, dead narrative matter.   Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    ComicBook.com - Charlie Ridgely Jul 12, 2023

    Warlock: Rebirth remains more concerned with packing in as many well-known Marvel characters as it can, rather than trying to tell some semblance of an exciting story. Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    sawright20 Jul 12, 2023

    Like the last couple of issues, this books feels devoid of soul. The story is painfully simplistic, and the characterization is baffling. For the second issue in a row, Adam Warlock gives up, and then gets a lazy pep talk that restores his faith in himself within a couple panels. It just makes him look like an idiot. Everyone else is one-dimensional, and the logic of the story doesn’t even make sense. Lim’s pencils are good, but I’m less and less impressed by them every time, because his talents are so wasted.

  • 7.5
    jmprados Aug 9, 2023

  • 7.5
    retcon_D Jul 29, 2023

  • 7.5
    ComicWorm Jul 16, 2023

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