From Image, Sinergy #4, written by Michael Avon Oeming and Taki Soma, with art by Oeming and colors by Soma, is an action packed issue. Guided through by some slight comic relief narrations such as, "The same morgue you saw the last issue…," and "Right after the big fight from the last issue," you get the sense as a reader that things are being summed up and rounded out. Why, do you ask? This is the second to last issue of the relatively new series that I've come to enjoy more and more as the months have passed by. Next month's issue #5 will be the last one. Therefore, there is a lot of information jam packed into this month's comic.
Jess has made up her mind to live life as a seer, and meets some other seers as well. But things aren't so plain and simple for her. When Leaf appears in her window and talks to her through the mirror in her bedroom, Jess struggles to turn away from the guy she had such strong feelings for. On top of all that, her parents' marriage is on the rocks. All of these human type problems fill her head, while there is seer business to be taken care of as well. As you can imagine, the issue is a complicated one. Oeming gives us a lot of build up for what I think will be an explosive final issue. However, I can't help but feel sad knowing that the series will end after such a short span of time. There is something very special inside these pages, and it will definitely be a comic that I remember for a long time. My anticipation for Sinergy #5 is off the charts!
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