Bandette #4

Bandette #4

Writer: Paul Tobin Artist: Colleen Coover Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: April 17, 2013 Critic Reviews: 2
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Battle in the midnight gloom of the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery! Bandette, the world's greatest thief, accepts a challenge to duel the deadly assassin Matadori! But unknown to either light-footed combatant, the criminal organization FINIS is maneuvering to make sure Bandette suffers a fatal defeat! Can Bandette avoid falling prey to their schemes? Meanwhile, who is the mysterious figure lurking amid the tombstones, and what plot does she have in store for Bandette's rival in larceny, Monsieur?

  • 8.0
    Read Comic Books - Dan Pennacchia Apr 17, 2013

    Paul Tobin has a great handle on his characters and script. Those who have read Colder will be hard pressed to find any of that story here. Bandette is a completely different vision and so crafted. Though the title may appear to be all-ages, there are moments that push the appropriateness to a higher age group. Still, much of the dialogue and interactions have a whimsical nature about them. Bandette, though away for a few months, is just as fun as ever and even new readers will find it easy to jump in and be captivated. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Grant McLaughlin Apr 21, 2013

    It's honestly difficult to express how much fun Bandette is. When so many comics continue to insist on the importance of grim and gritty, it is an incredible breath of fresh air to get something as fanciful as Bandette. The characters and situations of this book are all large than life, but their writing and drawn with an honesty to them that makes it mighty hard to resist. Read Full Review

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