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Captain Marvel: Dark Tempest #4 (of 5)

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IN THE EYE OF THE STORM!

Captain Marvel knows what it means to brave rough waters. There’s no tsunami in this Multiverse that can pin Earth’s Mightiest Hero. But the storm NADA is bringing to Earth will send even this harbor woman running for land! After corrupt technology turned her world into a wasteland, Nada is determined to drag the entire galaxy back to the Stone Age – for its own damn good. And with the FERAL FIVE and NITRO occupying the Captain, she’s got a perfect shot.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CCZ1TLWP

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Crusaders

    “Quite inventive” has to be the two words I use to summarize this issue. It is fun to read, it is beautiful to look at, and all in all a tremendous experience. I am excited to see this story and these artists continue developing this series.

  • 80

    ComicsOnline

    Nocenti has taken us on a wild ride so far. Nitro and Nada keep shelling out the hits. The Feral Five don’t want to be tamed. Blake and his bot are about to cross a line that can’t be uncrossed. Our hero still needs to get back to Earth before Nada unleashing her masterplan. Nocenti and Villanelli have spent this issue setting up the suspense of the finale that you can cut the tension with a knife. The fifth and final issue of this story arc is coming in November and I know we are going to be in for an explosive ending that I can’t wait to read.

  • 30

    ComicBook.com

    “Another twisty deflection? More word salad? Stop it.” These words are said early on in Dark Tempest #4, and they do a surprisingly-good job of encapsulating how I feel about the book itself. Paolo Villanelli’s art does the best it can with a crowded and frantic fight scene, but that fact gets swallowed whole by Ann Nocenti’s script. The narrative is still filled with mean-spirited quips and a lack of tonal cohension that grow incredibly frustrating with each passing panel. I can’t wait for Carol to be free of this narrative.

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