Champions #4 Reviews

All-Comic: “It’s absolutely unmissable for a fan of any of the characters and given how well Zub manages to balance the dynamic between the cast as well as introduce powerful new players to the game, it’d be almost criminal not to read this book at this point.”

Black Nerd Problems: 8.5/10 “Cummings artwork was practically made for explosive action scenes that look damn good in every panel. It also helps that he gets to play with a lot of the teams’ different powers and abilities.”

Caped-Joel: “Jim Zub continues to deliver the hits with this book. This really does feel like the end of a major chapter in the series history.” 10/10 “It’s rare that a team of young heroes is this relatable and written this well, this consistently.”

Comic Book University: “These are kids and they’re played as kids. If Zub is writing a comic book, he’s going to deliver the character the best way possible.”

Comic Crusaders: 8/10 “If you’ve been following this title, this issue is it. You need to read it, if only for the peace of mind. It’s necessary if you want closure, much like these characters deserve.”

Comic Frontline: 9/10 “Overall this is one of the best and most consistent books Marvel is putting out.” “Steven Cummings continues to prove himself an artistic powerhouse with this comic. The action scenes are lively, the and the more dramatic scenes come together really well under Cummings’ pen.”

Major Spoilers: 7.7/10 “Zub and Cummings are delivering a strong book with some very entertaining use of characters who deserve the spotlight”

On Comics Ground: “The artwork from Steven Cummings and Marcio Menyz remains very effective, as the emotional heart-to-heart between Miles and Kamala, and the brawl between Kaldera and the rest of the Champions are both equally attractive and compelling!”

Pop Culture Squad: “This is a fantastic team superhero book. Zub has everyone’s voice down. Cummings deftness at placing many different characters in panels from different camera angles is superb.”

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