Jesse vs. Merc! Everyone's favorite septugenarian squares off against everyone's favorite Sasquatch in a vicious rooftop battle. Plus: Norma heads home, where she encounters mysterious news and unexpected advice.
Its incredibly refreshing to see an against all odds hero who doesnt solve every problem with her fists. Thats that fierce originality I was talking about earlier. While I might be attempting to classify this comic as being a part of this or that genre, it is every bit a detectives tale as it is a superhero story. In fact, it eludes those arbitrary distinctions and maintains the best of both worlds. If Allor and company continue to explore and develop the world of this story in the ways its beginning to demand, Strange Nation will need its own wiki. Read Full Review
All in all, this is another solid issue. Strange Nation has, so far, remained a fun story that's walked the line between silly and serious. Issue 3 is perhaps the slowest issue of the series so far but it still manages to tease some upcoming developments, including some more information on a subtle plot point from the first issue. By continuing to drip feed us with more answers about the conspiracy, the series has kept consistently developing the story and even a slower issue like this still feels important. If it can keep this up then Strange Nation will remain a comic well worth reading. Read Full Review
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