Comic Review: Self/Made #4

Self/Made #4

Image Comics

Writer: Mat Groom

Artist: Edwardo Ferigato


Self/Made is a science fiction comic that tackles issues of identity, free will, and the singularity. While the first two issues showed promise, #3 and #4 have fallen flat of the mark set early on in the series.


Issue #4 picks up months after the conclusion of #3. Rebecca, the ousted scientist at a gaming company has salvaged a data orb that contains a sentient digital consciousness. She inserts it into an android shell, and voila, Amala is born into the organic world. At first, Amala doesn’t understand what has happened, and it takes her a moment to comprehend the world around her, but it isn’t long before she heads out into the streets with Rebbeca’s friend, James.

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