E.P.I.C. (Earth’s Protector In Crisis) Issue #4 – Comic Book Review

E.P.I.C (Earth’s Protector In Crisis) Issue #4 (Written: Lonnie Lowe Jr., Artwork & Colors: Joshua Rose, Tovio Rogers, Anthony Wells, Verry Woong, Bryan Arfel, Magnaye)

Lonnie Lowe Jr. of Dark City Comics has released the 4th installment to their flagship property, EPIC (Earth’s Protector In Crisis). E.P.I.C | Earth’s Protector In Crisis features an archeology student, Chris Tayborne that is empowered with Alpha Bands and the events that follow the manifestations of Alphas (Good & Evil beings).

For a quick review of issues 1-3, read my previous reviews here > E.P.I.C. (Earth’s Protector In Crisis) by Dark City Comics – Comic Book Review

E.P.I.C (Earth’s Protector In Crisis) Issue #4 begins with the appearance of a new character in EPIC’s world. A high-tech vigilante named Lotto, whose mission is to stop all Alphas because from his view, they are threats to society. Lotto doesn’t have any love for EPIC as he hunts for him throughout the city.

Meanwhile, EPIC’s chief nemesis, Boris Zane of Zanetech, is also hunting Alphas for his own purposes. The specifics of his plan will unfold in future issues and it will be very interesting to see he and EPIC battle each other.

Meanwhile, Chris aka EPIC is struggling with his new powers and is being trained by the previous wielder of the Alpha Bands. The Alpha Bands activate when evil Alphas are in the area and the next threat that appears is a large dragon! Chris transforms into EPIC and…..

That’s all I’m saying! There’s plenty of action and intriguing story to enjoy! Drop $ and pick up Issue #4 and the previous books. This is a good series from Dark City Comics, you won’t be disappointed. Indie projects are the next major blockbusters! $upport quality Indie Creators and their projects!


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One Comment

  1. Cavalier Design Works

    Epic is an interesting character. He is a hero who is chosen to protect the world in crisis while still discovering himself. In my opinion, once you look past all the threats and challenges the hero faces, the heart of the story is about self discovery. Chris struggles with his new powers and responsibilities as Epic, but this also reveals who he really is a character. Definitely worth the read.

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