From issue 1 all of the way through issue 3, the Jesus E. Lee series had demonstrated continual improvement. With issue 4, however, the title took a nose dive right off a cliff into an abyss of failure.
The real Armageddon in this series that readers are treated to is not the one contained in the built-in storyline. Rather, there's a whole other Armageddon going on with the production process of this title. Lurking behind the front cover of issue # 4 is the equivalent of a comic book disaster.
Do yourself a favor - and resist the temptation presented to you by this comic book's front cover. What lurks beyond simply isn't worth the cover price.
The coloring is inconsistent and rank amateurish in quality. The coloring chosen for issue # 4 detracts from the overall work, rather than adds to or compliments it. In a nutshell, the coloring stinks. It sucks. When considered as a collective whole, it is nothing short of horrible. Issue # 4 holds the dubious distinction of being the only issue in the series, to date, to have gotten worse, rather than better, as the series progressed, where the coloring, itself, is concerned.
Quality control, where the coloring of this particular issue of Jesus E. Lee is concerned, appears to have been non-existent. Yet, coloring is not the only area where quality control was lacking. Some of the pages in issue # 4 were out of order. Lack of attention to detail clearly manifested itself. That a comic book is an independent creation does not mitigate its deficiencies.
The series, as a whole, has had a few interesting characters. Issue 4, by contrast, was an exercise in character implosion. Character development was squandered.
Overall, this issue's negatives far and away outweigh its positives.
There is one very nice example of special effects lettering in this issue, where a pink car appears in Hell. Why pink? God only knows - but that probably makes sense, seeing as how it's apparently his driver that is behind the wheel.