Demon Knights #4

    Demon Knights » Demon Knights #4 - Merlin Watches the Storm released by DC Comics on February 2012.

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    It wasn't a coincidence that the Shining Knight found herself in Little Spring as the Horde massed at the village gates. She's on a quest, and has been all her long life – whether she's known it or not! Now, a powerful vision will reveal to her the true stakes of the battle for Little Spring and pull back the curtain on one of the biggest secrets in the DC Universe! Don't miss "Merlin Watches The Storm," featuring guest art by the sensational Mike Choi (X-Force)! And yes, "storm" is a hint.



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    Shining Knight and the Holy Grail 0

    The Good: The cover is very nice, Mike Choi has a good simplistic approach to cvoer design that works better than Tony Daniel's increasingly crowded and complex covers. Not that Daniel's covers were bad. But there's such an effective use of empty space on the cover that makes it a powerful image. This issue shows you exactly what a good time to use two artists is. It works it in a way that although it's obvious there's two artists, not only is there a perfectly valid reason, but the styles compl...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    And now for something completely different 0

    We start where the last issue left off, with the sinister uh... guy with mustache having decapitated a little girl and using it to taunt the village the horde is about to attack. Shining Knight is pissed as all hell and looks ready to start kicking ass and chewing gum (and gum hasn't been invented yet). But just as she's about to go berserk she passes out and things get all trippy. She finds herself in this void that is described as "all of time and space" by none other than Merlin. Little trivi...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    It must continue 0

    This was an unexpected issue, and not in the way that is pleasant.  After the previous issue I expected a bit more of a bite to this one with the "barbarians at the gate" at the end of the previous issue.  Instead of a more action packed issue, the focus is put on the Shining Knight.  Merlin shows up and describes the origin of the knight and the significance of the assembly of the heroes at the moment.  I was a little disappointed as well to see that their main objective is the Holy Grail, not ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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