Marvel Divas #3

Marvel Divas #3

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Tonci Zonjic Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 30, 2009 Critic Reviews: 2
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When Angelica ”Firestar” Jones' battle takes a turn for the worse, Patsy “Hellcat” Walker makes a deal with the Son of Satan to save her friend's life. Fortunately (or unfortunately), Monica “Photon” Rambeau’s gotten ahold of one of the world's most powerful occult objects – but does she have the will to control it? Meanwhile, Felicia “The Black Cat” Hardy slips back into her black bodysuit (and her old life of crime?)…putting her into direct conflict with her on-again-off-again flame, the Puma! It's the brawl for it all, folks, and someone's getting their face messed up! Parental Advisory …$3.99

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Oct 4, 2009

    The last couple of issues have balanced the frivolous with the serious, but we finally overbalance the scales here, and not in a good way. Firestar's life or death struggle really overshadows Monica and Patsy's man-troubles and Felicia's commitment issues. The 'Sex And The City' vibe is great, but being so focused on things that seem so petty make our protagonists look petty themselves. I like Angelica's general strength, but she's being portrayed as pretty bland in this ish, while Daimon's arrival puts him in a much darker light than the last couple of issues. This issue, while not as strong as #1, is still well-done, and Tonci Zonjic's art is still phenomenally unique, giving the characters a glam edge and an amazing depth of expression. The big draw here is the interaction between the core characters, and that is still in full force here. Marvel Divas #3 earns a "Big" deal 3 out of 5 stars, and I'm hoping for a big finish next issue. (With any luck, Angelica and at least one of our Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Oct 2, 2009

    I'm not really sure what to think of this issue or miniseries. It seems like it's lost all direction and has gone off the rails, wavering between a serious take on cancer, and how it can affect even super heroes, and the super hero version of Sex and the City. Read Full Review

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