Review: Eve #4

Writer: Victor LaValle
Artist: Jo Mi-Gyeong
Colorist: Brittany Peer
Letterer: Andworld Design

Even humanity’s last hope needs a little help sometimes. The Vault is in sight and Eve’s come farther than any before her, but the last leg of her journey will test her to her core. Thankfully, she isn’t alone… with her newly discovered sister by her side. Wexler has dodged the bullet, literally, and is in hot pursuit of the pair. Will he catch up to them and dash humanity’s last chance?”

I really hope you aren’t sleeping on this series. The story is so original, with a concept that feels so new that you’re fascinated every step of the way. The story so far is tragic, yet feels like something epic wrapped in science fiction. There’s so much to love about Eve. Easily one of my favorites so far this year.

To go with such an incredible story, you need incredible art – and this book has it. Wild designs of a world that’s been lost, overtaken by the aftermath of a virus spreading throughout humanity. And you get so much of the details through the visuals. It’s truly stunning work. The colors are absolutely gorgeous, and the lettering is fantastic.

Grab issue four of Eve this week.


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