Bone Orchard: Tenement #4
Written by Jeff Lemire
Art by Andrea Sorrentino
Colors by Dave Stewart
Letters by Steve Wands
The Rundown: The tenants discover more danger the deeper they go.
After being attacked by creatures with no faces, they rest of the group manages to find young Isaac. After learning how he survived, they get split up as they continue to look for a way out of the dark and twisting labyrinth they’ve found themselves in.
As the danger around continues to grow, they will also discover that not all of them are who they say they are and their dangerous journey will take them to a strange and familiar location.
The Story: Lemire crafts a thrilling, suspenseful and action-packed story in this issue. The stakes are raised for the characters and the dangers are more terrifying. I like getting to know more about these characters as their personalities and secrets are revealed as well as seeing how they cope with the strange circumstances they find themselves in. The story continues to create some great terror filled moments and I’m excited to see what happens next.
The Art: Sorrentino delivers visually engaging pages and panels throughout this issue. The art is brilliantly drawn and the colors help bring everything to vivid life on the page.