Mitchell, Brian John – Worms #4 (with Kimberlee Traub)



Worms #4 (with art by Kimberlee Traub)

Bits and pieces coming to light, that’s what this series is all about.  This time around our heroine has a dream in which her dead father tells her that it’s time to wake up, while she still can.  Upon waking she sees that instead of a ceiling above her bed there are storm clouds and silent lightning.  One bolt of this lightning hits her IV, which has the odd effect of making her fine with the worms that are coming through it and into her body.  It also gives her the energy to try to escape again, which is when her nurse comes in to check up on her.  There’s no sense of my telling you much more than that, as there are few things worse than a suspense comic with no surprises, but we do get to see a bit more about the people holding her captive and, perhaps, why that security guard from a couple of issues ago seemed to be bloodless.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: send the man a pile of money so he’ll send you a pile of tiny comics.  It’s so simple!  $1


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