Wild Blue Yonder #3

Wild Blue Yonder #3

Writer: Mike Raicht, Austin Harrison Artist: Zach Howard Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: October 30, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
8.7Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

Before he can become a full member of the Dawn, Tug will have to pass one last test... getting past Scram. Plus, the crew of The Dawn will be put to the test when an unexpected attack comes from irradiated Sky-Pirates.

  • 9.5
    Florida Geek Scene - Zackery Cote Oct 30, 2013

    I really don't know what to say about Wild Blue Yonder that I haven't already said in my previous reviews. The art continues to be great, and the dialogue continues to astound. Not a panel goes by where I don't find something to enjoy about this comic series, and it seems to get better with every installment. Not only is it a great story in itself, but the concept is fresh and interesting. The constant threat of dogfights fills every moment with tension, and the idea of crazy people flying around a dogfight in a jetpack is awesome. And the writers certainly know how to use the idea to great effectiveness. At one point Scram revs up his jetpack and literally seems to decapitate a man with nothing but the sheer force of his takeoff, which is quite possibly the most metal thing I've ever seen. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Oct 29, 2013

    Wild Blue Yonder #3 is a great comic that proves the worth of not just the series but the creative team behind it. It's an original vision that's sure to please fanboys and fangirls as it comes highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Spectrum - Shawn Hoklas Nov 3, 2013

    When the chaos ends, there is always the family aboard The Dawn to return home to. One could make an argument that it's this family ideal, in a world where so much has gone wrong, that each member of The Dawn fights with their lives to protect and not necessarily the ship itself. At the halfway point of the mini-series, Wild Blue Yonder continues to deliver an entertaining story that separates itself from the other comics on the shelves in both substance and quality. Howard and Daniel's art should not be missed and pushes an already excellent book to new heights. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Ian Stephen Oct 29, 2013

    Wild Blue Yonder is an excellent example of balance. The balance between the easy to grasp world they setup in this story but with the rich and deep characters that inhabit it. The art is able to balance the dark and rough feel of a dystopian future with the quick glimpses of lively colors and stylish designs. There are only two issues left and hopefully they're as solid and consistent as the first three because this is shaping up to be an unbelievable series that's flying under most people's radar. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Oct 30, 2013

    Overall this is a good issue, but it puts a lot of pressure on the next issue to deliver. I hope that it can and I will definitely be back to check it out. I believe this series is on bi-monthly schedule, but it's definitely worth the wait. Read Full Review

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