In the beginning of the story everything seems fresh and the action (namely Skiver tearing up the Raptor gang) movies quickly from panel to panel. But as the issue continues, it is slowed down by dialogue and doesnt focus on Jeremiah Harm enough. This issue lacks the characterization of previous issues. Jeremiah Harm is a fascinating character who isnt explored enough in this issue; perhaps instead of introducing new characters, more focus should be placed on the characters introduced in the first issue. Harm does stand out as a classic anti-hero, not out to save anyone but himself. The artwork is vibrant, showing specific details to set each scene. The character sketches fit into the story perfectly, as weve already seen, and its the artwork that allows Jeremiah Harm to receive a high grade and respect. The artwork shows how much Boom! Studios is out to make a name for itself by making quality comics. In the end Jeremiah Harm #3 is a grand ride that should be enjoyed. Read Full Review
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