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Beware The Planet Of The Apes #4 (of 4)

76
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

WAR FOR THE PLANET!

Once, the citizens of Ape City believed they were alone in this world, the only sentient creatures left.

But Cornelius and Zira’s trip to the Forbidden Zone with the human Nova has revealed a world of violence beyond their borders.

Now, an army of gorillas is on the march – and they aren’t the only factor vying for control.

Don’t miss the series finale – where the connection to Taylor’s journey finally comes full circle!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CTNHW221

Cover Artist

67%
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic narrates the events hours before the arrival of astronaut Taylor. Excellent closing that connects with the first Planet of the Apes movie.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    This final issue of Beware the Planet of the Apes pulls off the difficult task of not only offering a satisfying conclusion to this condensed storyline, thanks in large part to a battle between humans and gorillas, but also offers insight into how the events of the larger franchise could be reexamined. Even if the book got off to a rocky start, feeling like nothing more than a way to capitalize on the upcoming Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes movie, the ultimate reveals of the journey helped contextualize seemingly arbitrary elements of previous issues and, while not directly contradicting or correcting any elements of the original movie, offers more context for unexpected decisions in that 1968 film. This miniseries makes not only a satisfying read for devout Planet of the Apes fans but also for newcomers who are excited for the upcoming sequel, while also being a rare book that only gets better as it goes on.

  • 80

    The Fandom Post

    Beware the Planet of the Apes does some nice expansion overall but plays in the tough area of taking place in the weeks before the first film, so there are certain inevitable moments. Which is fine but I’m hopeful that we can get an exploration of more of the world in general and away from this specific place – though I suspect that there may be some hard limitations on what they can do with the license. There’s a lot of potential here but it’s going to have to figure out what it really wants to be in other books. This one was fun and I enjoyed the take on it – and the use of the previous works as flashbacks of sorts – and it leaves me hopeful.

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