Everything connects. Everything collapses.The mole in the science killer squad gets smoked out. Los Angeles is burning. It's time to feel the air rush out of your lungs. The critically acclaimed series by CURT PIRES and DALTON ROSE continues here.
Sadly I see a lot of people shying away from this issue or just being confused. Personally I enjoyed the mind fuck and the challenge to put all the pieces together. I'm pretty sure that I don't have them all together yet, but that's thrilling to me. I can't wait to see what the next issue holds, but I know that it will probably be just as amazing. Read Full Review
Theremin #3 needed to impress enough to overcome some of the concerns of the series' second issue. By the end of this chapter, the creative team have far surpassed that bar. Pires remarks in the back that this issue is not a continuation forward flow and instead can be likened to an ‘LSD fruit punch,' stepping away from linear narration and adopting a much more fascinating structure. It might be a difficult style to adjust to at first, but the payoff is worth it. Pires can be put alongside Jonathan Hickman and Matt Kindt in his control and vision after in chapter. Read Full Review
"Theremin" #3 offers a one-of-a-kind reading experience. Held together by the memory of love the events in this issue offer action, adventure, and thought-provoking interpersonal exchanges. "Theremin" #3 escapes the confines of structure, and explores new territory in the world of storytelling. Read Full Review
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