Fly: The Fall #3

Fly: The Fall #3

Writer: Raven Gregory Artist: Robert Gil Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: January 2, 2013 Critic Reviews: 2
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The "Best comic of 2011" as voted by: Wizard World, Pop Culture Addict, Comic Buzz, Talking Comics, and Geekadelphia continues!
The story of Danielle and Eddie's downfall is told for the first time and the tragedy of what happens when addiction overcomes love reveals the bloody legacy that Eddie will have to live with forever. Meanwhile, Francis faces off against the Hero in a fight to the death that will unveil the truth behind who the hero is and what his connection is to Eddie.
Set in a world where the superheroes aren't really heroes at all... how far would you go to FLY?

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Dave Conde Dec 28, 2012

    Otherwise, the art has an occasionally wonky face or angle but largely avoids the failings that I've been running into recently. Character designs are distinct and clear (Although I'm not sure if Francis' freckles were supposed to remind me of Jimmy Olsen). Most importantly, the facial expressions change from panel to panel and match the emotion of what's going on/being said. The fight scenes are competent-not terribly ambitious but solid. The action makes sense and progresses from panel to panel. It may sound like I'm damning this book with faint praise, but it's surprising how often these seeming "basics" are botched by professional artists. Bottom line, I liked the artTHE BOTTOM LINE: You will believe a man can fly Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Jan 2, 2013

    Fly: The Fall #3 is without a doubt another solid entry that comes recommended. Read Full Review

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