Review: I Walk With Monsters #4

Writer: Paul Cornell
Artist: Sally Cantirino
Colorist: Dearbhla Kelly
Letterer: Andworld
Designer: Tim Daniel 

Jacey and David head into the heart of darkness-now and in their memories.  Alone and lost, Jacey must confront the man who took her brother.”

Everything is building up to a climax, and the tension is palpable. I’m almost scared to see what happens because I’m so attached to Jacey and David. They have a similar found father/daughter feel to what Joel and Ellie have in The Last of Us, but with a very big difference, of course.

The art is so fascinating to me. A lot of it feels very realistic. Then we have aspects like the man Jacey has been after, looking like a monster more than a man, or David’s beast, which is a beautiful shadowy creature. The colors are beautiful. The lettering is great, as always.

Grab issue four of I Walk With Monsters this week!


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