52 Week 4 Review


52 Week 4

By Geoff Johns, Keith Giffen (Illustrator), Joe Bennett (Illustrator)

52 was a weekly run set after the Infinite Crisis mini-series, it chronicles the events that happened during the year that Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman disappeared.
If you want to check out my reviews of the other issues in this series click here.

Renee Montoya and the Question look for answers, as does Ralph Dibny when he confronts the Cult of Conner. Meanwhile, John Henry Irons discovers the literal meaning of Man of Steel and lost heroes return in Week 4!

Summary from Goodreads.

Week 4’s main storyline takes place in Gotham City. Renee Montoya is staking out an abandoned building for the Question, which leads to an interesting revelation. With it being set in Gotham City, and it being a stakeout, the art was quite dark but conveyed the mood of waiting and bored that Renee was feeling.

We also get to see Booster Gold again, who is still perplexed by everything that is happening. He still believes that Skeets is working properly, even though every decision that he has made so far has ended up being wrong. Hopefully, it will not take him too long to figure out that history is not happening as it had in the past.

We also get properly introduced to John Henry Irons. I personally have not read anything about him so his introduction was rather interesting and I am intrigued as to how his story will play out over the rest of this series.

Overall this issue is taking the heroes to places that they are not expecting and leaving plenty of questions as to what is really happening. I cannot wait to find out what exactly is going on.


Have you read 52 Week 4?  Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

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