Dillinger holds Serena and Beatrix hostage in an evacuated hospital, the building now a death trap designed specifically for Sprout. The only chance Sprout has to rescue her newfound friends? A supply closet full of surgical stabby-stabby stuff.
ComicBook.comHeartwarming, charming, deeply personal, and down right gorgeous. Throw all the buzzwords you can at Klik Klik Boom because this story deserves it. The fourth issue, despite featuring a bizarre (and one-dimensional) villain, is a masterclass in dynamic character work, with Wagner and Dabbs teaming up for an excellent exploration of Serena Biggs.
Major SpoilersKlik Klik Boom #4 continues to impress with terrific storytelling and suspenseful art. The plot is compelling, and Sprout’s visual communication only makes it all the more intriguing.
AIPTI can't stress enough how much I loved reading Klik Klik Boom #4. The story had me rooting for Sprout, hoping that she would eventually get the revenge she seeks and find peace with her rabbit Beatrix and Ms. Biggs, the family she never had as a child. We have yet to determine if they will make it out of the story alive, but I can't wait to read the next issue.