The bad news: Hades’ plan to heist the Golden Fleece is totally ruined. The (also) bad news: There’s a scary skeleton warrior attacking Hades’ entire crew. The (even more) bad news: The skeleton warrior has lots of fellow skeleton warrior pals!
Writer ELLIOTT KALAN (The Daily Show) and artist ALESSANDRO RANALDI (Vampirella vs. Red Sonja) will rattle your bones with this fourth chapter of their anti-hero’s journey — all contained within the charismatic covers of KAREN S. DARBOE, JAE LEE, TRISH FORSTNER, and FRANCESCO TOMASELLI!
Comical OpinionsDISNEY VILLAINS: HADES #4 ends the battle for the Golden Fleece, but the worlds troubles are just beginning. Kalans energetic script is an entertaining mix of action and humor, and Ranaldis art is perfect.
The Comicbook DispatchDisney Villains: Hades #4 helps to flesh out the characters more. We see more of the personalities of characters like Jason and Medea and the drama between them. The motley crew that Hades assembled soon discover that theyre now able to work as a team, united with a common goal. Hades again proves himself to be a master manipulator. One can only wonder what his plans are next and if we will learn where this story fits within the timeline of the movie.