The Hood #3

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Kyle Hotz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 22, 2002

    A fairly solid entry into what is turning out to be one of the more engaging miniseries I'm come across in a good long while, as Brian K. Vaughan has developed a interesting lead character, and what's more he's come up with a fairly engaging plot for this character to be immerse in the middle of. In fact, this miniseries is playing out like a good film noir style story, as we see a flawed character becoming more & more tangled up in a situation that is growing increasingly complex & dangerous. Now this issue isn't quite as strong as the previous issue, as the humorous dialogue that made last issue so much fun is overshadowed by the more action-orientated plot. However, Parker's battle with the three super-villains was easily the highlight of this issue, so the trade isn't too hard to take. This issue also manages to tie all the threads together quite nicely, as by issue's end everyone has a reason to be setting their sights on Parker, who is clearly in way over his head. Read Full Review

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