Publisher’s Summary: “With tensions mounting and the media drawn into a frenzy, Jad addresses allegations head on. Meanwhile, Nash inches closer to the void as stress-related hallucinations creep ever closer.”
And just like that, the plot thickens and readers are given reason to not only dislike one of the main characters of the series (Jad Davies) but to hate and despise him, which, interestingly is a sentiment that the general public in No. 1 With A Bullet does not share. This being the case, No. 1 With A Bullet #4 provides readers with a unique and interactive reading experience that enhances the overall appeal of No. 1 With A Bullet while also showcasing Jacob Semhan’s skill of soliciting an emotional response from readers.
No. 1 With A Bullet #4 is, as it has been since the beginning, visually appealing and packed with energy and emotion thanks to the collaborative work of Jorge Corona and Jen Hickman. Visually, not much changes, or stands out, from previous issues, but seeing as though the overall look of this series has been impressive thus far, I’m not looking for change and am glad that No. 1 With A Bullet’s look and feel has remained consistent.
We’re nearing the end of this nearly flawless run of comic book goodness, and although I am sure that I will be eager for more once it ends, I am also confident that Jacob Semhan and company will produce an unforgettable series finale that will round out this great series.
The Bottom Line:
Yet again, Jacob Semhan and the creative team behind No. 1 With A Bullet #4 have produced a polished book that is both entertaining and worthy of praise from readers and industry members alike. As we approach the end of No. 1 With A Bullet the story is expanding and getting deeper overall. Now that we’re four issues into the series, I am confident that No. 1 With A Bullet be a series that readers will fondly remember for years to come.