Comic Book Reviews - Phantom Stranger #4 Review
Category: Comic Book Reviews
• But why do the defenders against the dark arts need the Stranger’s presence in the first place?
Constantine has dragged the Stranger back to discuss joining forces together. However, the Stranger first thinks it is Constantine joining his side in the coming Trinity War. What next transpires are bouts of angers between the two men, and the realization of the shadowy Stranger that Constantine holds something dear and near to his heart. Regardless, the Stranger departs, and returns to find his actions have consequences.
Dan DiDio and new co-writer JM DeMatteis do a great job of continuing the story and series along. DeMatteis creates longer scenes, and adds a bit more depth to them but this is still DiDio’s book. Regardless, the narrative is continuing along nicely.
Brad Anderson, Philip Tan and now Rob Hunter do excellent work. Anderson’s pencils are great but Tan and Hunter’s inks really amplify the effect it has on the reader.
In its complete finish, the book continues to be a sight to behold.
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