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Clobberin' Time #4 (of 5)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Ben Grimm has been banished to the bottomless pit of interstitial space between realities. There, he finds an unlikely ally in DOCTOR DOOM.

DOOM has also been a victim of the new villain OGDU FRAIZE, the PSYCHOPOMP.

Together, they plan their escape with the help of the banished Watcher, TUVAH TU.

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21 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Magnificent series that does not hold back and unleashes action, revelations and lots of action on each page.

    The art is incredibly detailed, organic and meticulous, Steve Skroce continues to show his unique and powerful imprint.

  • 80

    The Thing teams up with Doctor Doom to set the stage for Clobberin’ Time’s finale as the antagonistic duo are compelled to survive a multiversal void together while preparing to confront the Psychopomp. There’s an abundance of humor that springs naturally from the odd couple pairing and Skroce’s focus on small details (like what one eats in a multiversal void) provide a touch of mundane humor amidst such grandiose exploits. It also serves to highlight The Thing’s blue collar charms when juxtaposed against Doctor Doom’s aristocratic manner. Skroce elicits laughs throughout, although the issue lacks the gnarly waves of villains that made prior issues such a visceral delight to read. There’s still plenty of action and the revelation of Tuvah Tu’s connection to this saga delivers an excellent splash. With the final showdown arranged, Clobberin’ Time is prepared to go out with a bang.

  • 60

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Clobberin’ Time #4 unveils Psychopomps’ grand plan to establish him as a universe-ending threat. The plan is creative, and the general art and writing execution are good, but the style of the art doesn’t match the tone of this issue as well as it did in the previous chapters.

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