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Bone Orchard: Tenement #4 (of 10)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

The seven neighbors struggle to make sense of their twisted surroundings as they are confronted by all their worst fears and the terrible inhabitants of the tunnels.

The biggest and most essential project yet in the bold and ambitious new shared horror universe of THE BONE ORCHARD MYTHOS continues from Eisner-winning creative team JEFF LEMIRE & ANDREA SORRENTINO.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 93


    The series so far is nothing short of brilliant, and I wholeheartedly recommend it to fellow horror enthusiasts. The art and coloring, coupled with the astute and clever writing, leave no room for criticism. While the narrative may progress at a slow pace, a journey is not defined by a single step. I eagerly anticipate the next installment hitting the shelves.

  • 90

    Comic Crusaders

    The book is great, and whilst I don’t particularly like the art style used for the characters, I think there are a lot of very good moments, with writing that is so good that these little issues with the art,(which really is just on the characters because there are pages in which the art style works wonders) can be overlooked and you have in your hands a marvellous reading experience worth every minute of your time.

  • 90


    The masterful creative team behind the Bone Orchard Mythos is taking readers on a journey. Exactly what is happening and where we’re going is unknown – and ultimately not important because the journey itself is so methodical and well crafted.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Lemire crafts a thrilling, suspenseful and action-packed story in this issue. The stakes are raised for the characters and the dangers are more terrifying. I like getting to know more about these characters as their personalities and secrets are revealed as well as seeing how they cope with the strange circumstances they find themselves in. The story continues to create some great terror filled moments and I’m excited to see what happens next.

    The Art: Sorrentino delivers visually engaging pages and panels throughout this issue. The art is brilliantly drawn and the colors help bring everything to vivid life on the page.

  • 60

    Like so many other issues in the larger Bone Orchard Mythos collection, Tenement #4 is at its best when its wild horror moments come to the forefront. Some genuinely chilling moments happen in Jeff Lemiere and Andrea Sorrentino’s latest, with colorist Dave Stewart’s contributions clearly helping in some wordless panels, but overall the biggest problem of this chapter remains that its characters feel distant and often unknowable. The series remains a great one to read and look at, but it doesn’t quite reach the heights of other Lemire/Sorrentino collaborations.

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