Gideon Falls, Vol. 4
"THE PENTOCULUS"The smash hit horror series continues! After the time and space shifting journey of the last arc, Norton and Clara are trapped in "small town" Gideon Falls with a murderous psychopath. Meanwhile, Father Fred and Angie confront the Bishop in "big city" Gideon Falls and the secrets of "The Pentoculus Machine" are revealed in all their mind-twisting glory. And what will happen when The Ploughman finally answer the call of duty?COLLECTS GIDEON FALLS 17-22

Gideon Falls, Vol. 4 Details

TitleGideon Falls, Vol. 4
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 5th, 2020
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN-139781534315136
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GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Horror, Graphic Novels Comics

Gideon Falls, Vol. 4 Review

  • Katie Florida
    January 1, 1970
    If you are still under the impression that comics are all superheroes galavanting around, don't pick up this book. It will horrify your eyeballs. If you love a keep-you-up-at- night monster thriller, read on, friend- you'll love the ride.
  • Joe Donley
    January 1, 1970
    Every new issue of this story is amazing. Horrifying story with a bit of a scifi twist. I absolutely love the way the pages are laid out and the art work.
  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    Slowly some semblance of order is revealed; our protagonists transition from doubting their sanity to concretely resisting the otherworldly horror. A small bit of the readers curiosity is satisfied and you begin to suspect that the mystery was the thing that had you hooked. You start to think maybe the best part of the tale is past. But then more horror replaces it, and the smile chills you to the bone again. Slowly some semblance of order is revealed; our protagonists transition from doubting their sanity to concretely resisting the otherworldly horror. A small bit of the reader’s curiosity is satisfied and you begin to suspect that the mystery was the thing that had you hooked. You start to think maybe the best part of the tale is past. But then more horror replaces it, and the smile chills you to the bone again.
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  • Jeff Moran
    January 1, 1970
    I've already admitted my literary crush on everything Jeff Lemire writes. Giddeon Falls is just another home run hit. Add to that the layout and art of the story telling, and you have a great read. The story is more in the horror story genre, but still has great character development and mystery that keeps you reading. Thumbs up for sure.
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  • Erica
    January 1, 1970
    I don't really know what's going on but it's exciting! And terrifying, and creative, and super creepy... The Lemire/Sorrentino team continues to be excellent.
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