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The Schlub #4

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Cirrus has faced the greatest horrors in the universe – but he’s never had dinner with Roger’s family!

Can he survive the dinner from Hell while Roger is summoned to MaxTerra?

Wyrm is closing in, the world is in trouble, and Roger might be one word away from being executed.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
27 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 94

    Nerd Initiative

    Marty: The Schlub #4 excels in both writing and visual elements. The fusion of family dynamics, impending danger, and futuristic aesthetics makes it a standout comic on the shelves. Fans of the series will undoubtedly be eagerly anticipating the next installment.

    Lauren: All in all, if you’re looking for a great story with action, family trauma, and lots of laughs (because how else do you deal with family trauma), you should definitely add this to your pull list. Each issue gets better and better as we learn more about our unlikely duo.

    Matt: This may be the best issue of this series yet. It delivers in the emotional moments, physical moments, and world building. We’re digging deeper into the story while Wrym is close to accomplishing what he sets out to do creating even more suspense.

  • 80

    The Schlub seems to have hit its stride, delivering a surprisingly-pivotal chapter in the book’s body-swapping switcheroo. Ryan Stegman and Kenny Porter’s script balances consequential reveals with a fascinating undercurrent about identity and parental expectations. Tyrell Cannon’s art ties it all together with ease, folding in just enough 90s gonzo energy in character designs and panel layouts. This book is already great, but I have a feeling it’s about to get even better.

  • 67

    Major Spoilers

    The Schlub #4 has had good and bad moments, but I enjoyed this story. I appreciate the ideas presented here, and when this comes out as a trade, I’ll pick it up to get the full story in a single read-through.

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