Bloodborne: The Lady of the Lanterns #4 by Cullen Bunn
Artwork: Piotr Kowalski
(Titan Comics, 2023)
Reviewed by John Dodd
The problem with coming in at part 4 is that you don’t know what happened in the time before, and given that this issue is effectively the big fight scene at the end of a Marvel picture, I can’t make informed comment on what the build up to this has been like.
This issue however, well, there’s a lot of guns, a lot of eldritch monsters, a gatling gun, blood, shotguns, blood, pistols, monsters, magic, guns, blood, and flames.
Got all that?
Good, because that’s the entirety of this particular comic, it’s a very long fight scene that ends in a ‘to be continued’, which in a part 4 of 4 comic, I didn’t think would have been how it ended.
But it did…
Good artwork, but you need to read the first three to get a good grounding as to what was going on here and what all the fireworks were for in the last issue.