Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews
Kirkman & Azaceta
The fourth issue of Outcast begins to bring together the strands from the previous two issues as more of the origin story is revealed and some of the overall plot is moved forward. However, this comic continues to tease events rather than bringing the goods to the issue at hand as was done in the first issue. When an issue inches a plot forward, such as the case with this one, it becomes paramount that the characters carry the comic book. Unfortunately the lead character is probably the least interesting among the cast, which makes this read more of a necessary evil to getting the comic book to a spot where the cool stuff can happen. A decent read but nothing as special as the first issue.