REVIEW: 'Corollary' #4 by Adam Rose, Robert Ahmad, and Gabby Metzler


Writer: Adam Rose
Artist: Robert Ahmad, Gabby Metzler
Letters: DC Hopkins
Publisher: Source Point Press
Release Date: July 20, 2022
Cover Price: $3.99

All-out war breaks out between the Lizard Warriors of Phyllis-9 and the twins of Corollary. Don't miss this action-packed finale!


★★★★☆ (4/5)

After being exposed as frauds for their twin survivor claims, Andromeda and Cass turn their focus on bailing out their parents. It's been a long road to get this close to freeing their parents but is it too late?

Adam Rose and Robert Ahmad close out the series in thrilling fashion with an action-packed and rather emotional finale. The roller coaster ride for the twins comes full circle as this entertaining and colorful sci-fi adventure concludes. At the heart of the story, it's about the bond between sisters and family. It's about the lengths they'll go through to keep each other together. Sure, it's a creatively designed funhouse of science fiction but it's rooted in love. 

As wonderful and as energetic as the art has been from Ahmad's pencils and Gabby Metzler's vibrant cotton candy sweet palette of colors, they may have outdone themselves in issue #4. Everything from the pacing to the choreography to panel designs just flows effortlessly with some eye-popping splash pages full of epic explosions. Again, the story veers into more emotional beats and those moments are carefully and thoughtfully captured with empathetic character expressions. 

'Corollary' comes to a crowd-pleasing end marking the conclusion to a gem of a series. A wonderfully colorful romp with a heart that really should please readers of all ages. Indie comics exist to give imaginative stories like this a platform and reach readers looking for more than just capes and zombies.