DC Comics Exclusive Preview: GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #4

Gotham City Monsters #4 hits your local comic book store on December 11th, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive six-page preview for you.

About the issue:
Melmoth has come to Gotham City, and he’s ready to use the dark forces of the city to carry out his final attack on the Multiverse at large. While he figured his old servant Frankenstein would be rallying his monstrous friends to give him trouble, Melmoth didn’t bargain on the Bat family taking notice. (Don’t they have enough to do with Bane and all that other stuff?) But take notice Batwoman has, and she’s looking to add some extra kick to the efforts of Killer Croc, Lady Clayface, and the rest. It may not be enough, however, when Melmoth puts one of their own- Andrew Bennett, a.k.a. I, Vampire-under his evil spell.

Gotham City Monsters #4 is by writer Steve Orlando and artist Amancay Nahuelpan, with colors by Trish Milvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano. The cover is by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi.

The miniseries is exploring the corner of Gotham known as “Monster City” and stars DC’s monster characters like Frankenstein, Andrew Bennett (I, Vampire), Killer Croc, and more.

MFR critic Jason Jeffords had the following to say about the series:

If you’re looking for a horror-themed comic from the big two, GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS fills that space in a beautifully grotesque way! Between the dimly lit streets, horrific monsters, and general feeling of uneasiness, Monster City is a place best visited through a comic book.

Check out the Gotham City Monsters #4 preview below:

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview

gotham city monsters 4 dc comics exclusive preview


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