The tables have turned now on Dollface and the gang, as Zombie Tramp tries to take each one of them out. Are Lila and Ivan ready to deal with such a powerful witch this early in the game?
As great as the concept may be, not every crossover ends up actually being a good idea. Fortunately, this is one that combines two of best titles, and characters out there. Well, that may just be my opinion, but most will agree Dollface and its fourth issue is excellent.
With the Necronomicon in her hands, Zombie Tramp is scarier than usual as team Dollface tries to take her on. With her magic and a graveyard of bodies at her disposal, Janey seems unstoppable. Using almost every trick they can, Lila and Ivan manage to combine tactics to finally come out the victors.
It’s violent, it’s vibrant, it’s all manner of art we’d expect from another issue of Dollface. Even without guest appearance by Zombie Tramp, this would have been fun to follow along with. Between Ivan and his fun ghostly powers and the new ways Lila configures her weaponry, there’s no shortage of great visuals.
While Zombie Tramp is out of the picture, we know that’s only going to be temporary. Even so, this is a good time to see more of Lila and company continue their witch hunting work. No spells or crazy powers are necessary to acquire a copy of this book, so you shouldn’t have any trouble doing so.
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Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.