Review: Mystery Girl #4
Trine may be down for the count, but she’s not out yet! Left for dead in a frozen Siberian wasteland, she has already solved the mystery of how to survive—the bad guys just don’t know it yet. And when she gets back to London, one shadowy group’s misdeeds will be brought to light.
Mystery Girl #4 was a massive surprise, given the cliffhanger the previous issue had. While I won’t give the surprise away, I will admit it is impressive twist. That means I can’t even give away the ending, that leaves you only wanting more.
The opening panels, detailing an incredibly fluid fight scene are superb. Despite the risqué nature of one of the fighters, who is a friend of Trine. As night turns to day, the color scheme changes greatly. While that is nice to indicate the change,it manages to intermingle and help push the story along in a superb fashion.
Honestly I doubt this will be the end of the series anytime soon, but I do hope Dark Horse keeps these two together. I’m curious to see what else they will make in the future.
Story: Paul Tobin Art: Alberto Alburquerque
Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy
Dark Horse provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review