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Memorial #4

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Memorial #4

Credits

  • Words: Chris Roberson
  • Art: Rich Ellis
  • Colors: Grace Allison
  • Publisher: IDW Publishing
  • Price: $3.99
  • Release Date: Mar 21, 2012

Chris Roberson offers some answers, but deepens the mystery.

In Memorial #4, Chris Roberson finally begins to pull back the shroud that surrounds Em, yet as always with answers come many more questions.  The world of Memorial dramatically grows in its fourth issue, as enemies return to deepen the mystery, and Em finds herself facing captivity once again.  Just when Memorial began to seem clear, Roberson exposes more history that casts all of that into doubt, which can only be a good thing.

The cast of characters greatly expands in Memorial #4, as Em gains countless new allies and a new group of enemies.  One of these groups, the stealthy band of heroes known as the Lost Souls, not only arrives at Em’s most perilous moment yet, but finally reveals some insight and history about the entire Everlands.  Beyond exploring the past of the Everlands, the Lost Souls also offer an explanation as to why there are two factions that surround Em.  All of this additional information is presented clearly, which, considering the amount of characters and context that has appeared so far in the series, is a great accomplishment.

Memorial continues to be a great thrill ride.  Chris Roberson offers some answers to questions that have surrounded Em from the outset of her adventure, while simultaneously deepening the mystery.  Just when you thought you had Em figured out, Memorial will test your assumptions.

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