Dragonsblood #4
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Dragonsblood #4

Writer: Nick Bermel Artist: Jason Muhr Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 7, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Riding high after their sound defeat of Bloodaxe, Sigurd and Freya accept Ivar's challenge to meet his army in battle. As Sig's condition worsens, however, his confidence in himself begins to wane. Dark secrets, shocking revelations, sinister magic, and more await in the jaw-dropping conclusion of Dragonsblood: The Legend of Sigurd!

  • 9.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Aug 7, 2019

    Although Dragonsblood creates an ending which is satisfying it still feels underdeveloped, leaving the reader with a sense of hollowness from a conclusion which felt dictated from the first inklings of darkness within Sigurd and ending with the same tragedy always associated with such cursed heroes. The development of this title was noteworthy, allowing the audience to travel along side Sigurd as he starts with a generational legacy and ends with the tragedy of his heroism, all as the beautiful Freya guides her champion to a goal which she knows is worthy of his valor. And while the fantastic artwork and enriching colors only serve to intensify the narrative, the reader is still left with a title which falls short of an epic saga and dwindles to a trickle of excitement in the end, leaving us wanting more if only to see how our heroes settle the fight left unfinished and unfulfilled. Read Full Review

  • 6.7
    Major Spoilers - Christopher Rondeau Aug 7, 2019

    What I wanted was a story of comradery between Queen Freya and Siggy to overcome both the villain and Sigurd's inner demon. What I received was a story about how two god-like government figures who were using people like Sigurd as pawns in their war games. Read Full Review

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