Schlüssel zum Königreich
Publish date: 2011
Publisher: Panini Comics
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Locke & Key (#4)
The creators introduce new keys at a breakneck pace, and continue to ratchet up the tension as Zack becomes increasingly desperate to find the Omega Key. One issue is done partially in a style derived from Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes series.
3.75I wasn't as crazy about this installment through most of it. The story didn't seem to follow a path. Keys kept popping up like crazy. The artwork looked different to me also. That ending though. . . They get so close and yet so far.
I packed up the latter half of this series to finish on vacation over the long weekend... not sure that was such a good idea. They're a bit too dark for a relaxing vacation. I felt this one began the descent into hopelessness.
'Keys to the Kingdom' is where 'Locke & Key' misses a step. The big reason was also one of the most creative risks the book has made - Bill Watterson.It was a brilliant move: Watterson's lines are pure nostalgia, what better to illustrate Bode's innocent outlook, and then constrast it with the traum...
Holy f*cking sh*t that was awesome! I need to read the next one soon. // Esto se pone mejor con cada volumen, recomiendo mucho estos comics. Vamos a ver como termina esto!
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