Satellite Falling #3

Satellite Falling #3

Writer: Steve Horton Artist: Stephen Thompson Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: July 13, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 4
9.0Critic Rating
7.4User Rating

We look to the past, as Lilly and Eva deal with an ugly truth about a fallen Earth. In the present, Lilly recruits a team to spy on that huge ship on the far side of the gas giant...and find out just what they want!

Bullet Points:
" By Amala's Blade writer Steve Horton and Star Wars artist Stephen Thompson!
" For fans of space opera, crime fiction and lots of things exploding!

  • 10
    Big Comic Page - Ross Sweeney Jul 12, 2016

    Ive said it once. Ive said it twice. So third times the charm? If this doesnt convince you, I dont know what will – yall should be reading this series. Its one of the most genuinely entertaining and intriguing stories that youll read this year. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Big Glasgow Comic Page - Morag Lee Jul 13, 2016

    Whether you are looking for a comic with a non-white-male lead, a comic with lots of talking points for a sociology paper or just a new sci-fi plot to get lost in, Satellite Falling is shaping up to be a solid choice. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Jul 12, 2016

    Steven Horton and Stephen Thompson are delivering an emotionally charged, but fun series that is rife with surprises. The world is so vivid and the characters so interesting I wouldn't be surprised if this were picked up as a TV show. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Doom Rocket - Brandy Dykhuizen Jul 15, 2016

    With art as unique and beautiful as the writing, each issue introduces us to new creatures in gorgeous detail. It's apparent that the creators' imagination runs deep, as none of these species feel familiar or derivative of beings we've seen before, be iton the comics pageor elsewhere. With gripping plots, intelligent and intriguing characters, and endings that leave the reader hanging, I won't be putting this series down any time soon. It's time to embrace Satellite Falling. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 9, 2016

    Satellite Falling shifts gears a bit once again as it seems to do each issue but it's doing it in a way that's exposing us to a larger narrative. Finally getting some time with how things are on Earth is definitely interesting, though I wonder how much of it is colored by Lilly's view of events and her own morals. I like that we get a pretty good flashback here as it sets more of what's moving Lilly to do what's needed while also seemingly making it clear that this is some sort of clone or something else. That doesn't lessen her intent and she's putting together a good team here. You can almost see the theatricality of it all with the way it plays out and that's something that Thompson just hits right here with the types of players now involved and some fun with the ship design that reminded me of Fifth Element in all the right ways. Another fun installment that has me curious where else it's going to go. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Anthony Wendel Jul 13, 2016

    After the revelation in the previous issue, this one was all about gearing up and getting ready to go on an adventure. Frankly, the build up alone is intense and it will be great seeing where Lilly will go from here with her new team. This series had a slow start but now it's firing on all cylinders and is a title I can highly recommend for anyone who enjoys good science fiction. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Briton Jul 18, 2016

    All very disappointing. Nothing new plot wise, and with the left-wing creator insisting that mankind, and men in particular, are evil racists. Is this entertainment, or is it propaganda that we actually pay to receive?

  • 9.0
    lizzy99 Jul 29, 2016

  • 9.0
    JAC8285 Aug 6, 2016

  • 7.5
    JBL Reviews Jul 15, 2016

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