Ice Cream Man, Vol. 4: Tiny Lives

Ice Cream Man, Vol. 4: Tiny Lives Review

The critically acclaimed horror anthology drives back into town, offering four new stories that zoom in on folks who are just barely scraping by--and willing to do anything to change that.Collects ICE CREAM MAN #13-16...

Title:Ice Cream Man, Vol. 4: Tiny Lives
Edition Language:English

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    Ice Cream Man, Vol. 4: Tiny Lives Reviews

  • David Schaafsma

    Ice Cream Man, Volume 4: Tiny Lives continues Maxwell’s horror comics run that is washed in pastels and ice cream and sprinkles. It’s in part nostalgia for a sweet happy American time that never w...

  • James DeSantis

    Ice Cream Man is still going strong with its 4th volume. This is again, 4 different stories, with very loose connections. From a story about life being a circle, to crossword puzzles, to the raising o...

  • Dvid Novotn

    Kind of a let dow after two pretty good volumes. Author should start work on some world building soon, as 16 issues of random creepy/horror stories with fluctuating quality and without proper connecti...

  • Chris Greensmith

    "That's another insidious thing about words, right?You finally start to feel like you've got the right ones...And then suddenly...you don't.The board clears and the grid is empty; the puzzle begins a...

  • Kelsey

    At least as good as Vol 1, not quite as good as Vol 2, but definitely better than Vol 3 and a "return to form" for the series. As a whole, this collection had the least amount of cohesion and seemed t...

  • Brianne Hofmann

    That ending, tho......

  • Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #13 | #14 | #15 | #16Current review score: 3.13...

  • Madeleine Hernandez-g

    "That's the thing about words, right? It can be hard to summon the right ones. As we spin inside massive swirls of context and meaning and perspective... To find the perfect word is like solving an im...

  • Owen

    Holy moly! While the first book was good and the second was better, I mainly just considered this to be a mildly entertaining horror anthology. But the third book changed things. And this one? The fou...

  • Daniel

    The Ice Cream Man stories are fun, especially if you're a fan of "Tales from the Darkside" or similar. The art is average at best but lends itself to the material. I was hoping this volume would advan...