Written by: Tom King
Art by: Mitch Gerads
Again, a lot happened in this issue so I’ll try to keep this as simple as possible. Sofia lived through the attack on her vehicle unfortunately the accident caused her to miscarry. Nassir was rescued from his kidnappers by his wife who is not someone to be messed with. Christopher was ripped off by a child and still seems to be confused. The issue ends with Nassir, Sofia, and Christopher coming up with a plan to figure out why they were attacked. Now you’re basically caught up but please do yourself a favor and read this series!
This is my fourth issue reviewing the series so far and I’m still in love with it, unfortunately it’s getting harder to come up with fresh compliments for Tom King and Mitch Gerads. That being said I’m still going to try and compliment these guys on incredible work. Tom King and Mitch Gerads continue to amaze with their work. King tells a story that grabs your attention within the first page and holds it till the very last panel. Gerads is an incredible artist perfectly fitting for this series. King and Gerads continue to impress with each issue as they tell an excellent and significant story.
I’m in love with The Sheriff of Babylon and issue 4 only intensifies those feelings, everything about it is exactly what I want in a story. Tom King and Mitch Gerads are quickly becoming two of my favorite creators and its due to the strength of this story. If you haven’t started reading The Sheriff of Babylon already, you need to know that you’re missing out on something special.