Shadowland: Daughters of the Shadow #3

Shadowland: Daughters of the Shadow #3

Event\Storyline: Shadowland Writer: Jason Henderson Artist: Ivan Rodriguez Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 10, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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SHADOWLAND TIE-IN!! Colleen Wing made a bargain with the devil�and now she has to pay the price. Trapped in the dungeons of Shadowland with her new sisters-turned-enemies at her heels, Matt Murdock offers the sword-slinger a second choice: escape from the prison he�s built�or the truth about her dead mother�s shocking connection to the Hand. Can Colleen find the inner strength to stand up to the hero who once inspired her�or will she be forced to lose her mother a second time? Find out in the shocking conclusion that will change this Daughter of the Dragon�s world forever! Rated T �$3.99

  • 9.0
    cxPulp - Adam Chapman Nov 11, 2010

    Ultimately when reading and reviewing a mini-series, an important factor when reading the last issue is what did it all mean? What was the point of the mini-series, was it enjoyable and engaging, did it deliver on the series' promise, was it worth it? I would have to say with a resounding yes that this series was worth it, and I'm happy that I decided to go ahead and pick it up. It used the ongoing crossover when it needed to, without being too overly connected to it and how it's presented in the main Shadowland title, and as a result became a much more intimate, focused affair, about a woman who wants to know more about her mother, and what legacy her mother may have left, and how she can best shoulder that legacy moving forward in her own life. Henderson really nailed the writing here, and the artwork by Rogriguez was consistent and entertaining. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Resources - Ryan K. Lindsay Nov 12, 2010

    I appreciate the ending because it wraps up this tale, conveniently but definitely, and then leaves a few characters open for play later in their lives. It's almost sweet, even if it makes no real world sense for a city council worker to drop everything to join a crusade that has nothing to really do with her. This mini has been a serviceable tie-in to the main event, it has certainly stood on its own two feet, but I doubt it will be remembered for long. Read Full Review

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