Review: Intertwined #4

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At last, Juan Jin is the new Spirit of the Earth! But he has no idea why and what to do with his new powers! And frankly, he doesn’t care.Right now, he has more pressing matters than his “destiny”: the Triads are after him to get The Golden Dragon, the New York Police Department considers him a person of interest in a murder case and he doesn’t know who to trust…

Right now, he has more pressing matters than his “destiny”: the Triads are after him to get The Golden Dragon, the New York Police Department considers him a person of interest in a murder case and he doesn’t know who to trust…Well, certainly not these other Spirits who all say they want to offer their help. There’s no easy way out for our hero.

Well, certainly not these other Spirits who all say they want to offer their help. There’s no easy way out for our hero.

This issue is a perfect jump-on point for new readers! And as a bonus, the ultra-rare issue #0 is included!

Finally, the other elemental spirits reveal themselves in Intertwined #4. It does manage to reveal the nature of how the spirits came to be, and how their champions came to exist. That helps to deepen the mystical elements of this kung-fu murder mystery. With only two more issues remaining I wonder what will happen next.

The art manages to bring the past to the forefront. As both past and present collide with a lot of action. All of that comes together with polished fight scenes throughout the issue.

Story: Fabrice Sapolsky Art: Fred Pham Chuong
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Dynamite Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review