Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal #4
I fully expect Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal to follow “Chariot” as the next AWA project optioned for a movie or show. Especially with the success Garth Ennis has experience with “The Boys.”
Written by: Garth Ennis
Art by: Goran Sudzuka
Colors by: Andy Clark
Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal has a similar vibe to “The Boys,” but the two are incomparable beyond their shared sarcastic tone. That’s in part because of the artwork, along with Ennis’ writing. Goran Sudzuka isn’t out here giving readers these jacked-up heroes — most of these characters look like your average person.
The first three issues of Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal were must-read. Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal #4 is the first dip in tempo for this eight-issue story. But, that’s also got something to do with where readers find Marjorie Finnegan, combined with what her sister experiences.
Goran Sudzuka isn’t out here giving readers these jacked-up heroes — most of these characters look like your average person.
Now, there is a bit of violence in this issue that’ll get your attention. I’m sure Ennis will go back to some of what happened in those moments later on. There was also a small amount of very direct social commentary in there, too. But, this issue was clearly about setting the table Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal #5. I have to imagine next issue will be a bit more wild.
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