The fourth issue of SLAB continues tying the series into the overall Double Take mythology. The plot development that ties everything together will be welcome to readers who’ve been reading since the beginning of the line.
REMOTE #4 dives in deep to explore the nature of power in Double Take’s universe. Between religion, information, the strength of numbers, and legitimate super powers, there’s a lot to juggle. ComicsVerse breaks it down with this full analysis of REMOTE #4.
MEDIC #4 from Double Take Comics combines an engaging plot with well done art to provide one of the better reads of GENESIS IV. However the issue misses the boat when it comes to characterization.
Since their debut in 2015, Double Take has taken the comic book industry into a zombie craze with their comic book line, Genesis. Here, ComicsVerse chats with the prolific Double Take artist Stan Chou.
Double Take has launched their fourth wave of comics. We look at Honor #4 and see if small-town murder mystery is worth picking up.
Double Take’s most direct take on NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD continues in SOUL #4. This issue goes down a path that some may find jarring. Can the creative team convince you to keep reading?
It’s always a sad day to see a story with so much potential get utterly shot down by a lack of freedom. That’s exactly what Z-MEN #4 suffers from as Double Take refuses to ease up on its tightly constructed publisher-wide story.
Double Take comics continue to expand their burgeoning universe. SPRING #4 features a huge revelation that answers many questions about the series, and the greater world its set in.
With Double Take just releasing their fourth batch of titles, we have a look at DEDICATION #4, one of their more tongue in cheek series.
The zombies have been removed from George’s Market. So what happens next? A cleanup of course! Check out our review of DEDICATION #3 to see the comedy still packs a punch in the Double Take Universe.