Jim’s bond with the eponymous supercar’s consciousness deepens as they train together – with the unforeseen intimacy revealing a more sinister side to the AI’s nature.

Bryan Edward Hill and Priscilla Petraites have crafted another superb chapter of Chariot, which – with its brilliant synthwave style, great action and excellent character beats – has easily become one of the best comics of the year in my opinion. With this being the penultimate issue, where we’re headed for the climax is anyone’s guess, but I’m glad that I’m along for the ride.

Many thanks to AWA Studios for providing me with a review copy of Chariot #4.

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