The Bunker, Volume 4
Everything is coming to a head. As Grady starts to make progress in the world of politics, his friends are each wrapped in their own plots. Heidi and Billy remain in prison, although each has their own link to the outside world. Daniel has finally connected the dots on how to protect the world from the virus, but the solution is pretty terrible; Natasha, both present and future versions, may have to be involved with Daniel’s answer, but both versions might not like that answer. Is everything finally ready to come together, or is it all going to fall apart?
The final volume of the fascinating comic series The Bunker is as fast-paced and unpredictable as the previous three collections. Readers who were hooked by the bizarre time-travelling story line, the unique cast of characters, and the dystopian vision of the future will find themselves frantically flipping the pages of Volume 4, trying to see just how this crazy series is going to end. And, for the most part, they won’t be disappointed. This book is filled with the gritty artwork the series is known for and the kinds of plot twists that have kept readers coming back for more.
Joshua Hale Fialkov
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