In the latest of Digital Spy's comprehensive series of reviews of DC Comics' Before Watchmen prequels, we take a look at Nite Owl #4. Who's it by?
Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #4 is written by J Michael Straczynski, pencilled by Andy Kubert and inked by Bill Sienkiewicz. What happens?
Nite Owl's investigation into the prostitute murders comes to a head in an explosive conclusion that draws his partner Rorschach into the fray and may mark the end of their partnership. Meanwhile, Dan Dreiberg is also forced to face up to his mentor Hollis Mason's revelation. What's the verdict?
Nite Owl comes to a conclusion in this issue with a whimper that sadly echoes the tone of the series as a whole. The best thing about this issue is far and above the art. Nite Owl #4 is the most beautiful and consistent (more) »
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