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W0rldtr33 #4

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Universal acclaim

Based on 9 critic ratings.

Ellison has fallen deeper into the Undernet than he ever could have imagined. Now the life of one of his closest friends hangs in the balance…and PH34R is winning.

Strap in as multiple Eisner Award-winning writer JAMES TYNION IV (THE DEPARTMENT OF TRUTH) and FERNANDO BLANCO (Detective Comics) chart new frontiers of horror!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
33 pages
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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Sequential Planet

    W0RLDTR33#4 is a must-read issue that ramps everything up, providing both spine-chilling revelations and insightful character moments. James Tynion IV, Fernando Blanco, Jordie Bellaire, and Aditya Bidikar’s talents shine, making this comic a thrilling and visually stunning experience.

  • 100


    Tynion, Blanco, and Bellaire deliver a game-changing issue brimming with strong character moments and unsettling horror. Fans of the series will not want to miss out on its shocking cliffhanger ending.

  • 100

    The Convention Collective

    Wow! Wow! Wow! I feel like I have said that each issue so far but it’s been warranted. This book just keeps pushing boundaries. James proves again and again he knows how to build a world around interesting characters and emotionally charged story telling. Add in the tension, gore, sex, and some of the best art, colors, and lettering I’ve seen all year and this book just keeps getting better and better. I can’t begin to mention all the WTF moments in this book but it’s plenty! It’s gorgeous to look at. I just love it. It’s sexy, profound, lavish and disturbing. It grabs hold of you and doesn’t let go and when it finally does your left on your knees begging for more! Then, when you literally can’t take any more, they hit you over the head with that twist that nobody saw coming. If this doesn’t sound like a book you should be reading, I’m not sure how else to convince you! Check this out ASAP!

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    And now we know the name of the naked woman. She once was a sweet little girl named Samm. And we also know how she got twisted into doing what she’s doing. So, in a sense, the fourth issue is a bit of an origin story for her, but there’s still so much more mystery that Tynion hasn’t quite delivered on. For the time being, it’s a fascinating mystery.

  • 95


    Sometimes a single image or sequence can bring an entire story to life. Artist Fernando Blanco puts on a master class in storytelling in just a few pages by illustrating something nearly undrawable. Add to that a strong script that drives the story in new directions, and you have a blockbuster issue.

  • 93

    Comic Watch

    Each issue of the series keeps leveling up in all facets of the story. It gets weirder and more intriguing, the stakes getting higher and the details are wild.

  • 90


    W0RLDTR33 #4 delivers a revelation at the end that teases a much bigger story. While there are some lingering questions from previous issues still awaiting answers. The glimpse into the undernet is what we all wanted to see. The series boasts exceptional character depth, captivating world-building, authentic and natural dialogue, and impeccable pacing, all complemented by profoundly unsettling imagery. Even if you’re not drawn to this genre, W0RLDTR33 stands out as a must-read comic.

  • 90

    W0rldTr33 remains quite possibly my favorite horror comic book of the year, delivering an issue of solid character work, skin-crawling terror, and some big revelations for the characters looking to survive the darkest side of the internet. The “Undernet” is an amazingly interesting concept and Tynion and Blaco do a fantastic job of conveying the horror of what happens when you experience this “internet from another world”. The different moving pieces of the series are beginning to coalesce and in doing so, help to make you care more about the characters here and their potentially bloody fates. W0rldTr33 takes an interesting scary concept and perfects it.

  • 80

    Lotusland Comics

    ‘W0rldTr33’ continues to be one of the best horror titles of the year with a blood-soaked sci-fi tech thriller that is truly chilling. By its own standards, this issue’s body count is low but still consequential and a twist you never saw coming. The threat of the Undernet is cleverly depicted and even coming out of its mental control looks painful. James Tynion IV’s recipe for horror works on two fronts here, one with mind control and one with the psychotic naked killer PH34R. As a reader, you’re never at ease because you don’t know where the next kill is coming from. Characters are fleshed out further as they come together. Fernando Blanco and Jordie Bellaire do an extraordinary job of designing a dark and eerie atmosphere on every page.

    ‘W0rldTr33’ is a tightly written and atmospheric tale of terror made for the internet age.

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