The Last Jedi #4

The Last Jedi #4 (of 6)

Writer: Gary Whitta
Artist: Michael Walsh
Colorist: Mike Spicer
Letterer: Travis Lanham
Cover Artist: Rahzzah

The Last Jedi #4 begins in the rain as Rey and Luke spar outside her exploded hut. It ends in the elevator with Rey and Kylo as they’re about to meet Snoke. There really isn’t anything extra in this issue that’s of any value. With story and dialog that sticks closely to the movie, and weak artwork, this one is totally worth skipping.

With artwork on par with a newspaper comic strip, the only thing worthwhile in this adaptation is the writing and the hope of some extras. Sadly, this issue didn’t have any extras. There’s some dialog that’s different, but it’s of no added value to the story. Quite simply, there was too much story left, and this issue had to stick to it and cut out any extra in order to get the job done. As such, it doesn’t offer anything for readers or fans. I can’t think of any reason to buy this comic other than if you’re a completest.

With weak artwork and writing that doesn’t offer anything extra, I give The Last Jedi #4 a one out of five metal bikinis. With two more issues left, I’m falling into the completest category here as I wait for this one to end. Hopefully the next two issues can offer something worthwhile.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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