Fathom: Kiani Vol. 3 #1

Fathom: Kiani Vol. 3 #1

Writer: Vince Hernandez Artist: Giuseppe Cafaro Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: March 12, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Kiani has risen!

One of the most powerful figures in the Fathom universe returns for this epic third chapter! Following the tragic events of The Elite Saga and the shattering of her family ties, Kiani has risen above the surface and seemingly disappeared amongst the large expanse of the human population. However, with a power inside her that is capable of changing-or destroying-the world's landscape, her presence can only remain hidden for so long!

Returning writer Vince Hernandez joins forces with Trish Out of Water artist Giuseppe Cafaro to bring you the latest adventures of Fathom's most fierce and beloved characters. Kiani is back and the world of the Blue will never be the same again!

  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Apr 12, 2014

    A great read with great visuals. Worth checking out. I know I'll be back for more next month. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Herotaku - Brian Benjamin Mar 10, 2014

    Overall Nation, I highly recommend checking this series out when you have a chance. It was a pleasant surprise and I will be keeping up with this series. Vince Hernandez, Giuseppe Cafaro, Wes Hartman, and Joss Reed put forth a great amount of effort into this third installment of this series. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Mar 12, 2014

    Fathom: Kiani (vol.3) #1 offers a good deal of quality with a few narrative and illustrative stumbles. Despite that there's a core element that allows this release to earn a recommendation from me. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Word Of The Nerd - William Mercado Mar 12, 2014

    The story obviously has serious background which should definitely lend to the current situation unfolding, but doesn't seem to be necessary as the book works well as a stand alone tale. Still, it seems slightly bare" I'm not exactly sure what's missing, but it doesn't feel complete. And with only three more issues to this, the third volume, I don't see it getting any more detailed unless it loses something else it already has in spades. A hot, almost nude, (and well endowed) heroine. Telekinetic water powers. Kidnapping, intrigue, and shady relations between misunderstood races. This stuff is standard, but understandably so" it sells! Vince Hernandez knows what he's doing here and tapping Giuseppe Cafaro to bring the story to visual life was genius; Cafaro's art is perfect in all its sultry goodness. However, I'm still leery to drop another $12 to see where things go from here, especially if I'm just teased into a following volume. I want to see more of the real goods. Read Full Review

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