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Gus reluctantly joins Jepperd on missing persons hunt, but the tension between the two continues to grow. Meanwhile, Singh and Johnny come face to face with a deadly new threat, and Lucy and the girls meet Walter Fish, an enigmatic survivor who may have more to offer than meets the eye. Will this lead to a new sanctuary for them, or something far more dangerous? Collecting: Gus reluctantly joins Jepperd on missing persons hunt, but the tension between the two continues to grow. Meanwhile, Singh and Johnny come face to face with a deadly new threat, and Lucy and the girls meet Walter Fish, an enigmatic survivor who may have more to offer than meets the eye. Will this lead to a new sanctuary for them, or something far more dangerous? Collecting: Sweet Tooth 18-25


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Gus reluctantly joins Jepperd on missing persons hunt, but the tension between the two continues to grow. Meanwhile, Singh and Johnny come face to face with a deadly new threat, and Lucy and the girls meet Walter Fish, an enigmatic survivor who may have more to offer than meets the eye. Will this lead to a new sanctuary for them, or something far more dangerous? Collecting: Gus reluctantly joins Jepperd on missing persons hunt, but the tension between the two continues to grow. Meanwhile, Singh and Johnny come face to face with a deadly new threat, and Lucy and the girls meet Walter Fish, an enigmatic survivor who may have more to offer than meets the eye. Will this lead to a new sanctuary for them, or something far more dangerous? Collecting: Sweet Tooth 18-25

30 review for Sweet Tooth, Volume 4: Endangered Species

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kayla (BOOKadoodles)

    I'M NOT CRYING, YOU'RE CRYING. I'M NOT CRYING, YOU'RE CRYING.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paz R.M.

    Re-read 06.20.19 Guys, guys, only two volumes left and the last page here is so good. If you haven't read Sweet Tooth, what are you waiting for? Original Review: 4.5 Stars This is going to destroy me I'm sure of it. I'm gonna end up with my heart broken... What a great volume. THERE'S SOME REVENANT SHIT HAPPENING IN HERE . This volume collects issues #18-#25 and it's, as the previous ones, heartwrenching, sad, but extremely tender and just so beautiful. Issue #18 was definitely my favorite. I don Re-read 06.20.19 Guys, guys, only two volumes left and the last page here is so good. If you haven't read Sweet Tooth, what are you waiting for? Original Review: 4.5 Stars This is going to destroy me I'm sure of it. I'm gonna end up with my heart broken... What a great volume. THERE'S SOME REVENANT SHIT HAPPENING IN HERE . This volume collects issues #18-#25 and it's, as the previous ones, heartwrenching, sad, but extremely tender and just so beautiful. Issue #18 was definitely my favorite. I don't think Lemire's artwork has ever look better in this series. That issue, the first one in this volume, is illustrated sideways and there are a few few full-page illustrations that are just breathtaking. Lemire's mixes both classic narration and illustrations. It works perfectly. The narration helps to understand Gus's feelings after being betrayed and then rescued by Jepperd. The way Lemire decided to write those passages, using terms as ''The Boy'' and ''The Big Man'' makes it sound like a children's tale and adds so much to the innocence, sweetness and overall sadness of Sweet Tooth. Yeah, I loved issue 18. The rest of the volume is very character heavy, we get to learn more about the ladies in the group and, through flashbacks illustrated by guest artists, get to see how their lives were before the sickness. There's also some amazing scenes between Gus and Jepperd, their relationship is the heart of the series, so yeah, I kind of got emotional. Really emotional. It's remarkable how much Lemire can express in one page with no dialogue and barely a few panels. Gus's dreams are, as always, intriguing and weird, but they add so much to the tone of the series. There's also a new character introduced and a new place that brings new possibilities, although, they might be too good to be true. I'm pretty sure these last two volumes are going destroy me. I never know whom to trust and the ending worries me so much!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stacie

    THIS! Oh hell, this gave me all the emotions that I wanted from the previous volume. Hands down, the best installment of the series yet! I loved getting to know the backgrounds of the various side characters, and it was a nice touch to have different fonts/art styles for the flashbacks. We got to see more from Jepperd in terms of his emotional state & how he's processing the new circumstances around him. It was enthralling. We also have another new batch of characters that make me have so many q THIS! Oh hell, this gave me all the emotions that I wanted from the previous volume. Hands down, the best installment of the series yet! I loved getting to know the backgrounds of the various side characters, and it was a nice touch to have different fonts/art styles for the flashbacks. We got to see more from Jepperd in terms of his emotional state & how he's processing the new circumstances around him. It was enthralling. We also have another new batch of characters that make me have so many questions about where the plot is going to go in the future. Plus, without going into spoilers, we get a beautifully drawn dream sequence that I could not get enough of. This was a wonderfully crafted part of the overall story. Btw, that cliffhanger was cruel. Well played, but cruel!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mari

    Here is my full series review for volumes 1-6. I knew, I knew, I knew this would destroy my heart somehow. Here is my full series review for volumes 1-6. I knew, I knew, I knew this would destroy my heart somehow.

  5. 4 out of 5

    vanessa

    I'm here for all of these characters, but I am especially here for Gus and Jeppard's relationship. Wonderfully written and incredibly captivating. I'm here for all of these characters, but I am especially here for Gus and Jeppard's relationship. Wonderfully written and incredibly captivating.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)

    4.0 Stars This was another enjoyable volume in the middle of this series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    This has been my favorite in the series so far. It definitely felt like Gus had matured and there are some things happening that are getting intense and brought up a whole slew of new questions I NEED ANSWERS TO. I liked the format of the first half of this, where you have to hold the book sideways to read through it. Thought that was an interesting way to break up the story-telling and the actual story.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Selene

    3.5 Stars

  9. 4 out of 5

    Licha

    Just 'cause a person does bad things don't make him a bad man. You should know that. Gus, to Jepperd when he is about to kill Dr. Singh. ***WARNING***POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD*** **2ND WARNING***STOP IF YOU MUST*** In this volume we get backstories on Lucy, Becky, and Wendy. The girls get lost in the woods and are rescued by Walter, who invites them into his dam fortress. Gus is still not talking to Jepperd after having been turned into captivity by him, but when Jepperd saves Gus from a bear, Gus re Just 'cause a person does bad things don't make him a bad man. You should know that. Gus, to Jepperd when he is about to kill Dr. Singh. ***WARNING***POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD*** **2ND WARNING***STOP IF YOU MUST*** In this volume we get backstories on Lucy, Becky, and Wendy. The girls get lost in the woods and are rescued by Walter, who invites them into his dam fortress. Gus is still not talking to Jepperd after having been turned into captivity by him, but when Jepperd saves Gus from a bear, Gus realizes that Jepperd does care about him. Jepperd and Gus find the girls in the fortress and Jepperd immediately does not trust Walter like everyone does. They all want to stay in the fortress and stop running away, except for Gus, Jepperd, and Dr. Singh, who still want to head to Alaska. Lucy discovers she is sick. We see signs of Walter not being as docile as he wants to appear to be--him being a pervert, lying about the disappearance of the previous fortress owners, and also possibly shooting Gus on purpose earlier, almost killing him. The volume ends with Buddy still being alive and held prisoner by Abbott.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nicolo

    Now that the year is winding to a close and my 2013 Reading Challenge as well, I find myself reviewing the books I read this year. I can't believe I forgot to log this, since this was one of the better presents I got last Christmas. My brother sure knows to pick the comics that I would enjoy. Although I would have wanted to start at an earlier volume, the fourth volume is as good as any as a catch on point to Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth. I really like the post-apocalyptic vibe of this title which r Now that the year is winding to a close and my 2013 Reading Challenge as well, I find myself reviewing the books I read this year. I can't believe I forgot to log this, since this was one of the better presents I got last Christmas. My brother sure knows to pick the comics that I would enjoy. Although I would have wanted to start at an earlier volume, the fourth volume is as good as any as a catch on point to Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth. I really like the post-apocalyptic vibe of this title which reminds me of Y, The Last Man since it seem that these two books are all about a boy finding his place in a new world with his bodyguard/protector. I started and finished this book on the flight home from Manila. The pacing is excellent, Lemire never allows his story wander off meaninglessly. As for knowing what happened in the previous volumes, that isn't really a problem, there's a recap before this collection starts.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Tame

    This series just keeps getting better. I'd go so far as to say this series--this volume even--represents Lemire's best work to date. This volume starts off with the warm fuzzy, what looks to be a holiday issue. It manages to be happy and sweet without being cloying about it. Of course, being Sweet Tooth, the good times don't last. Our intrepid heroes find themselves in a situation that seems too good to be true. But it seems like someone might have the sickness. And then Gus gets shot ... (not a This series just keeps getting better. I'd go so far as to say this series--this volume even--represents Lemire's best work to date. This volume starts off with the warm fuzzy, what looks to be a holiday issue. It manages to be happy and sweet without being cloying about it. Of course, being Sweet Tooth, the good times don't last. Our intrepid heroes find themselves in a situation that seems too good to be true. But it seems like someone might have the sickness. And then Gus gets shot ... (not a spoiler, because they've hinted at it so much over the course of this series.) We begin to get hints of what they might find in Alaska. I'm loving this series, and I can't wait for the next volume!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey Lynn (thepagemistress)

    This graphic novels series has quickly become one of my favorites. It is an amazing dystopian that has huge adventure, scientific horrors and companionship. I highly recommend this series to anyone who is a fan of dystopian!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Afro Madonna

    Yes . Yess. Yesss. Yessss!!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mikheil

    WOW! WOW! WOW! Definitely the best book of the series so far. Lemire still manages to amaze me with his art. One of the best I have ever seen! Top class without any doubt! And I like the different type of drawings while telling the stories from various characters' perspective. WOW! WOW! WOW! Definitely the best book of the series so far. Lemire still manages to amaze me with his art. One of the best I have ever seen! Top class without any doubt! And I like the different type of drawings while telling the stories from various characters' perspective.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Gus, Jepperd and co. are on the path to Alaska to trace the source of the outbreak and hopefully find a cure. In this book they meet the benign Wally, a gentle man on crutches who lost his family and who now lives in an abandoned dam containing within it enough food and supplies to last years. But Wally seems to be hiding a secret and Gus might end up paying the ultimate price... Jeff Lemire brings the series back up to its original high quality after a rocky third book with this excellent fourth Gus, Jepperd and co. are on the path to Alaska to trace the source of the outbreak and hopefully find a cure. In this book they meet the benign Wally, a gentle man on crutches who lost his family and who now lives in an abandoned dam containing within it enough food and supplies to last years. But Wally seems to be hiding a secret and Gus might end up paying the ultimate price... Jeff Lemire brings the series back up to its original high quality after a rocky third book with this excellent fourth volume "Endangered Species". The pacing is a lot quicker as the group heads out into the snowy wilderness leaving the urban grime and distracting street gangs behind, and we get the chance to get to know some of the fringe members of the group. There's a strong anti-science, pseudo-pro-religion argument being made by Lemire in these books that I don't find off-putting but become more curious to see where he's going with it as the series progresses. These religious overtones manifest in this book in a great limbo sequence painted in watercolour and containing lots of dream fantasy images. The writing is top notch, the art is as good as you would expect (and some guest artists chip in a few pages - Nate Powell, Matt Kindt, and Emi Lenox), and the story is developing strongly in pleasingly mysterious ways. "Endangered Species" is an excellent addition to this series and makes me want to read more "Sweet Tooth". Roll on, November...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    4.5 stars. This series continues to deliver. This installment finds Sweet Tooth and the gang continuing their trek to Alaska. The relationship between Gus and Mr. Jepperd is tense after his past betrayal. They separate to go get firewood and Mr. Jepperd tries to talk to Gus. The whole time, he's niggling at him like he can annoy Gus into talking to him. Gus resists for the most part until he expresses condolences for Mr. Jepperd's son's death. Then they encounter a bear and that's pretty scary! T 4.5 stars. This series continues to deliver. This installment finds Sweet Tooth and the gang continuing their trek to Alaska. The relationship between Gus and Mr. Jepperd is tense after his past betrayal. They separate to go get firewood and Mr. Jepperd tries to talk to Gus. The whole time, he's niggling at him like he can annoy Gus into talking to him. Gus resists for the most part until he expresses condolences for Mr. Jepperd's son's death. Then they encounter a bear and that's pretty scary! The girls run across a mysterious facility. That plot line reminds me a lot of Lost and the Walking Dead because, of course, things are not what they seem. It gets creepy really fast. We get some insight into the pasts of these women. This was a great book for rekindling the father/son type relationship between Gus and Mr. jepperd. As mad as I was at Mr. Jepperd, I actually teared up in this one. Can't wait for the next one.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    This keeps on getting better and better !

  18. 4 out of 5

    MissAnnThrope

    04 December 2012 Sweet Tooth, Vol. 4: Endangered Species delves into the past of the ladies traveling with Gus. The flashbacks were illustrated by three different guest artists, who did a wonderful job capturing the essence of their stories. I particularly loved the watercolors used for Wendy's story, which fit her innocence and heartbreaking past perfectly. As Gus and company make their trek to Alaska, they encounter strangers along the way. Are they friend or foe? The mystery remains, but I have 04 December 2012 Sweet Tooth, Vol. 4: Endangered Species delves into the past of the ladies traveling with Gus. The flashbacks were illustrated by three different guest artists, who did a wonderful job capturing the essence of their stories. I particularly loved the watercolors used for Wendy's story, which fit her innocence and heartbreaking past perfectly. As Gus and company make their trek to Alaska, they encounter strangers along the way. Are they friend or foe? The mystery remains, but I have a feeling there might be something shady with Walter. Everything about him is too good to be true. Project Evergreen is amazing! Sigh... all the books! [Sissy, we need a dam!] Gus is growing up quickly and already seems wise beyond his years. His sweet nature perseveres even with all the misfortunes that have befallen him. It's part of what makes Sweet Tooth a great gut-wrenching read. Jeff Lemire does a good job at hitting you where it hurts. There are some emotional moments in the story that lingered with me. (view spoiler)[Johnny's finishing touches on the snowman tugged at my heart. The bear attack on Gus is a poignant moment. From the bear's confusion about Gus to Jeppard and Gus embracing after Gus is saved... oof. That was rough. Soon after, tragedy strikes the group again. After barely surviving the bear attack, Gus gets shot. This poor kid is put through hell. Who shot Gus? Something terrible is also happening to Lucy. I feel it foreshadows the inevitable doom for everyone. (hide spoiler)] I am really enjoying this dark series. I hope the next volume is available soon because I can't wait to find out what happens with Gus next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Andrés Santiago

    This series is just incredible, probably the best Vertigo series ever (and yes, that includes Sandman). At least in terms of artistry. Jeff Lemire´s artwork is dead on, but so is the experimentation when having other artists draw the reminiscence scenes. The combination of Lemire´s writing and Matt Kint´s watercolors in "The Taxidermist" make it the highlight of the series in my opinion. This series has re-ignited my love for graphic storytelling. Cannot wait to keep reading. This series is just incredible, probably the best Vertigo series ever (and yes, that includes Sandman). At least in terms of artistry. Jeff Lemire´s artwork is dead on, but so is the experimentation when having other artists draw the reminiscence scenes. The combination of Lemire´s writing and Matt Kint´s watercolors in "The Taxidermist" make it the highlight of the series in my opinion. This series has re-ignited my love for graphic storytelling. Cannot wait to keep reading.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    4/5stars Not as thrilling as the previous three since not as much happened - but we got some GREAT background stories to a couple of the characters!! Also, Bobby is my literal favorite tiny baby nugget and SO HELP ME Jeff Lemire if anything happens to him I will hunt you down.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Carrie-Anne

    I love this series, it's definitely in my top 5 comics I just really need volume 5 now! I still absolutely adore Bobby, he is so freaking precious We get a bit more back story on the other characters in this volume. Everyone and everything is shady and I'm here for the big reveals! I love this series, it's definitely in my top 5 comics I just really need volume 5 now! I still absolutely adore Bobby, he is so freaking precious We get a bit more back story on the other characters in this volume. Everyone and everything is shady and I'm here for the big reveals!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Halley Hopson

    3 stars! Not sure how I feel about this whole 'prophetic apocalyptic new revelation bible' thing. I did like the surrealistic artwork towards the end and Gus's visions. Not as action packed as the last few volumes but it did have a lot of backstory so I guess that makes sense. I trust literally no one. This series could go several different ways at this point. 3 stars! Not sure how I feel about this whole 'prophetic apocalyptic new revelation bible' thing. I did like the surrealistic artwork towards the end and Gus's visions. Not as action packed as the last few volumes but it did have a lot of backstory so I guess that makes sense. I trust literally no one. This series could go several different ways at this point.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Fetters

    This series seems to get better with each volume. The characters are growing so much and I feel like a proud mom sending off her babies to school.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kryštof

    Oh jesus, this is so amazing.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Benji Glaab

    4.5🌟 Volume 4 was pretty dang good. I might even say showing signs of greatness. Good to see this series is getting better and better. Once again Lemire does an amazing job as a one man show being writer/artist. His art work is improving with each issue. He even throws in some watercolours which were amazing. This is one of those volumes where Lemire begins disection of the human psyche. The characters are growing, and the plot thickened Hella this was a build up volume for sure. Even though it w 4.5🌟 Volume 4 was pretty dang good. I might even say showing signs of greatness. Good to see this series is getting better and better. Once again Lemire does an amazing job as a one man show being writer/artist. His art work is improving with each issue. He even throws in some watercolours which were amazing. This is one of those volumes where Lemire begins disection of the human psyche. The characters are growing, and the plot thickened Hella this was a build up volume for sure. Even though it was light on the action this is my favourite volume yet. I have placed volume 5 on hold immediately from the library, and am looking forward to the next one

  26. 4 out of 5

    Otherwyrld

    We start this volume with back stories of some of the characters such as Wendy and Lucy, which adds a bit of depth to their characters but doesn't really move the story forward. It does however provide them with motivation for some of the events in this story. The group are still moving North to their mysterious rendezvous in Alaska when they come across the closest thing to a perfect place they have ever found, or at least since the world ended. Hidden inside a dam which provides electricity is We start this volume with back stories of some of the characters such as Wendy and Lucy, which adds a bit of depth to their characters but doesn't really move the story forward. It does however provide them with motivation for some of the events in this story. The group are still moving North to their mysterious rendezvous in Alaska when they come across the closest thing to a perfect place they have ever found, or at least since the world ended. Hidden inside a dam which provides electricity is a hideaway where crops grow and supplies are plentiful. What's more, the sole inhabitant is happy to share with his visitors. Of course the adage that is anything seems too good to be true then it probably is, would seem to apply here, but only Jepperd is suspicious of the motivations of Walter. Gus, Singh and Jepperd are being drawn northwards, but the rest of the group want stay. Inevitably this leads to a split, which is only put off when Gus is seriously injured by a mystery assailant. Whilst in a coma he goes through some sort of vision quest, which currently gives us more questions than answers. The story was good, but the mystical aspects of it are starting to overwhelm the plot a little bit too much for my liking.

  27. 5 out of 5

    JB

    This series is really something special. I don't know how it will all end. There are a lot of prophetic and religious aspects. It's quite a mysterious story. The reader knows as much or should I say as little as the protagonists of this story. It was nice to see other artists working on this title. We get to see the past of some of the characters. Their lives before the disease struck the world. I also found the horizontal way of reading a part of the book an interesting experience. I thought it This series is really something special. I don't know how it will all end. There are a lot of prophetic and religious aspects. It's quite a mysterious story. The reader knows as much or should I say as little as the protagonists of this story. It was nice to see other artists working on this title. We get to see the past of some of the characters. Their lives before the disease struck the world. I also found the horizontal way of reading a part of the book an interesting experience. I thought it felt like I was reading a children's book. In lay-out only. The subject matter is way to violent and mature to be compared to a children's book. This volume introduced a new character and a bunch of questions. I'm curious to find out what the last two volumes will bring.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth A

    The fourth installment of this graphic novel series collects issues # 18 - 25, and this story just gets better with each installment. How often can one say that? I'm not a huge fan of character back stories, as they are often not well done. In this case however, we get glimpses into the previous lives of the women members of our merry band, and the flashbacks are wonderfully illustrated by three guest artists - an inspired idea by the author. Our travelers are headed North to Alaska, and as you a The fourth installment of this graphic novel series collects issues # 18 - 25, and this story just gets better with each installment. How often can one say that? I'm not a huge fan of character back stories, as they are often not well done. In this case however, we get glimpses into the previous lives of the women members of our merry band, and the flashbacks are wonderfully illustrated by three guest artists - an inspired idea by the author. Our travelers are headed North to Alaska, and as you all know, no road trip ever goes as planned. Strangers are met, and deciding whether they are friend or foe will have huge implications going forward. I continue to love this series, and cannot wait to see what happens next.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    Gus, Jepperd, and the gang are camping out in the woods. They’re gearing up for their journey to Alaska. It seems as everything is too good to be true and like always things take a turn. When two of their members don’t return, Gus and Jepperd go after them. They end up finding them and realize that they’re not alone. Meanwhile another group comes across the camp with the remaining three of the party. A fight breaks out and as usual Jepperd shows up to save them all. We’re introduced into an extr Gus, Jepperd, and the gang are camping out in the woods. They’re gearing up for their journey to Alaska. It seems as everything is too good to be true and like always things take a turn. When two of their members don’t return, Gus and Jepperd go after them. They end up finding them and realize that they’re not alone. Meanwhile another group comes across the camp with the remaining three of the party. A fight breaks out and as usual Jepperd shows up to save them all. We’re introduced into an extremely creepy character, Walter Fish, when the group comes across a safe haven called The Dam. It’s a great find, but at what cost? There is a lot of foreboding here in as to what’s to come and a major cliff hanger… I can’t wait to continue on! This series just keeps getting better!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    I have to say, aside from the charming opening chapter (which thankfully didn't go all Dawn of the Dead on us), this has slipped back in my estimation. Comparisons with The Walking Dead are cropping up in my mind and the introduction of a new situation (albeit a very cool location) and character who may or may not be up to something (it's not divulged in this volume) doesn't help. I'll see it through but it's not been living up to the expectation. I have to say, aside from the charming opening chapter (which thankfully didn't go all Dawn of the Dead on us), this has slipped back in my estimation. Comparisons with The Walking Dead are cropping up in my mind and the introduction of a new situation (albeit a very cool location) and character who may or may not be up to something (it's not divulged in this volume) doesn't help. I'll see it through but it's not been living up to the expectation.

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