Review: Norman #4
Shenanigans and sibling rivalry abound in this second glimpse into Norman’s home life, as more is revealed as to how this gorgeous, golden, charming little boy became such a horrifying mini-monster in the making – albeit one who still has a lot to learn about the art of a skillful kill!
In Norman #4, Norman’s lost sister returns bringing reinforcements in the process. There’s a surprising twist that involves more in her physical appearance then who she brings along. It all comes together and manages to help build in anticipation and adds to the edge of the comics as things get plain weird.
Stan Silas, who is also the writer, continues with the cartoon-inspired art style like in previous issues. This issue also adds a vast amount of animals in the process. It’s all great as the comic shows Norman’s attempt at having a family Christmas.
The comic continues to be twisted and humorous with a great blend of writing and art.
Story: Stan Silas Artist: Stan Silas
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy
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