‘For Molly Chapter 4’ Graphic Novel Review

For Molly‘ comes to its conclusion with chapter 4, once again written by series creator Gabe Cheng with artwork from Benjamin Sawyer.

Greg is shocked to find who is running the cult that seeks to round up the magical dogs in the forest. With his new dog friend Molly and his sister Ava captured, Greg is captured by the leader of the cult, who purports to be able to control some of the animals. With the truce between the canines and the humans hanging, he must choose to continue his journey or abandon his friends.

This series had me hooked from part 1 and I was hooked. While the first one I purchased at a comic convention, the last three parts I supported their very successful crowdfunding campaigns.

I thought this was a good conclusion to the story. It brought the emotion, characters, action, and plot to an epic climax that will leave you cheering for Greg and Molly. Despite the fantasy elements of the tale, you definitely feel the connection between man and dog that is so poignantly put.

Cheng and Sawyer are an excellent writer-artist tag team. I hope we see more works from them as they brought originality in comic books that is somewhat lacking in the current mainstream. It is sad to see For Molly come to an end, but I am glad I was along for the ride.

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