And so another Secret Wars tie-in comes to a close with with Ghost Racers #4.  Robbie finds himself in a predicament this time, as Arcade has kidnapped his little brother, Gabe, to run as a contestant in the races.  We’ll find out just how far Robbie is willing to go to fight for those he loves.  Felipe Smith keeps the pace up in this issue, just as he has with the rest of the series, and it definitely helps with the book’s theme of racing.  I believe this is one of the most action oriented titles to come out of Battleworld without lacking on story, which is something that can be difficult to do.  The ending was nothing revolutionary, but it was satisfying, and I’m starting to sense an overall theme with some of the final books in these tie-ins.  Juan Gedeon’s art perfectly embodies the sense of speed and motion that this story emphasizes.  It’s not the best art on Battleworld, but it’s still really good.

The Verdict for Ghost Racers #4:
4 out of 5

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Until next time,
Stay nerdy, my friends.

Upcoming reviews:
Captain America: White #2
Hail Hydra #3 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
X-Men ’92 #4 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
RunLoveKill, Volume 1
Crimson Peak (Movie)


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