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Sirens of the City #4 – Mommy Issues


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Sirens of the City #4 – BOOM! Studios

Creative Team: Joanne Starer(Writer), Khary Randolph (Art), Andworld Design (Letters)

Sirens of the City #4 – Art by Khary Randolph, Letters by AndWorld Design Credit: BOOM! Studios

Issue 3 took us on a wild ride where Marisol has an internal struggle with the king’s offer and protecting the siren coven.  All of which revolves around Layla and her unborn baby! Rome confronts Marisol about her deal with the King that starts a battle between them. We got introduced to a new super powerful female Vampire character, Diana Gold, that goes off the wall when being possessed by dybbuk spirit. And the issue ends with Layla’s mother showing up with a purple aurora around her!

Check out the review of Sirens of the City #3 here!

Issue 4 starts off with Rome in the hospital sharing a room with Davi where the only thing Rome cares about is finding Layla. We cut over to the backstory that all fans have been waiting for after the ending of issue 3 with Lilith (Layla’s mom) and Diana Gold. With Lilith being the mother of demons, Diana being Lilith’s lover and Layla’s baby will one day be more powerful than Lilith, this story is gearing up for an exhilarating and unpredictable adventure!

The Story: 

From the first page, Starer’s writing captivates readers with its sharp dialogue and intricate plot. She effortlessly weaves together multiple storylines, creating a rich tapestry of intersecting narratives that keep readers on the edge of their seats. The pacing is spot-on, with every panel contributing to the overall momentum of the story. Starer’s ability to balance character development with pulse-pounding action is commendable, and it allows readers to forge a strong connection with the diverse cast.

The Art and Colors:

Khary Randolph’s artwork is a visual feast for the eyes. The attention to detail and dynamic compositions bring the supernatural elements to life, immersing readers in a world that is both gritty and ethereal. The colors in this issue are not just eye candy but serve a vital role in grounding readers in the complex universe of supernatural beings. They indicate character powers and control, making the story easier to follow. Layla’s unique hair colors finally make sense within this context.

Final Thoughts: 

Sirens of the City #4 leaves readers craving for more, as it sets up intriguing storylines for the last 2 issues.The unexpected connections and encounters keep the narrative fresh and unpredictable, ensuring that readers will be eagerly anticipating the next installment! 

Overall Rating 8.5 out of 10

Thanks for checking out my review for the NI Comics Bullpen. Let me know what comics you’re reading and hit me up on Twitter. Till next time…

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