Murder Falcon #4: Capsule Review

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Title: Murder Falcon #4

Publisher: Image Comics/Skybound

Artist, Writer & Letterer: Daniel Warren Johnson

Colorist: Mike Spicer

Letterer: Rus Wooten

Cover: Daniel Warren Johnson & Mike Spicer; Tyrell Cannon & Jean-Francois Beaulieu

Review: ★★★★★

“The COWBELL OF ETERNAL FLAMES”

Daniel Warren Johnson has found the way to make metal healing. Our main character Jake has been suffering a long time. He hurt the ones he shouldn’t have when he was sick and pushed away many others that could have been there for him. Issue #4 has a different feeling to it all together. You can truly sense the regret that Jake feels and the self doubt that has been created with in his heart. It’s good that the band Brooticus is back together. Johnson put so much heart into these characters that you forget it’s ridiculous that they battle monsters with music. Murder Falcon which Jake has dubbed Murf, gets a nice upgrade that becomes a metaphor for Jake’s emotions. The book continues to be an excellent read that I could see Johnson continuing a great deal of time. The gives me that feeling that I’m satisfied with every issue and not craving the next. It’s title to be savored and enjoyed. I’m happy Johnson has given us the privilege of the read.

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