The conclusion to this four-part mini-series is here, but should you even bother perusing it? Read on to find out.
The official description from Zenescope:
Allen learns from the gypsy who cursed him the means by which he can remove the spell but the price he must pay in order to do so may prove to be too much to bare. A price that will have to be paid in blood by the one person Allen loves more than any other. The one person who is immune to Allen’s amazing powers. His ex-girlfriend. The conclusion to the supernatural thriller that reinvents the classic Love spell story by the company that does it best.
An absolutely riveting conclusion puts our protagonist in some very dire situations. When faced with your life literally falling apart around you, how far are any of us really willing to go? Can we let our better angels lead us to a brighter day or are we doomed to succumb to our inner demons? These are the questions swirling around Allen‘s head as he lives every man’s dream.
Raven Gregory does an outstanding job closing out this brief tale with an absolutely fascinating but ultimately somber conclusion. From the dialogue to the pathos, this issue is chock-full of some provocative revelations that go right to the core of the human experience. Who knew a book about something as goofy as a man burdened with the ability to be irresistible would lead to a road far darker than any could have possibly expected? But don’t worry the quirky sense of humor embedded in this series is still rampant for most of this release.
Derlis Santacruz does more than simply illustrate this book, she imbues it with a soul and life-force that makes each page artistically stunning. The pencil work done here is simply outstanding as perfectly formed characters interact in intricately designed panels with lavish backgrounds. It’s simply a treat to look at this comic book, so if for no other reason buy it for the art.
Irresistible #4 is a satisfying finish to this goofy but ultimately thought provoking series. Highly recommended.