Red Dog #3

Red Dog #3

Writer: Rob Cohen Artist: Alex Cormack Publisher: 451 Release Date: March 8, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Red has gone missing. With the other cyber canines by his side, Kyle sets out into the desolate and deadly landscape of Kirawan to find his best friend. With love and loyalty overriding the dangers of the alien wilderness that wait outside the safety of the Colony, Kyle defies his father's warning to stay inside the Dome, and sets out to track down Red and bring him back home. Facing the challenges of survival in a hostile environment from dangers he has never experienced before is only the beginning of Kyle's ordeal. Little could Kyle have known that he would find himself in the center of a centuries old war!

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Chris Tresson Mar 8, 2017

    As you may have gathered from my review, I don't really have any complaints about anything in this book" It's a series which is definitely in my top five comics I've read so far this year. I'm hoping you're reading this series because if you're not, that's a damn shame. It's been great so far, and I'm sure it will continue to be for the remainder of the series. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Heroes Direct - Eammon Jacobs Mar 8, 2017

    Red Dog #3 reminds us of science fiction films with a lot of compassion like Super 8 or Jurassic Park, simply because the story itself isn't about the wild nature of everything going on around them. At the core of this brilliantly crafted plot is a tale about a strained family who struggle to survive and don't have time for the child. The writers could quite have easily set this story on Earth, and it would've still flowed just as well. Pardon the pun, but this underdog comic book has plenty of heart that easily matches up to many of the big name stories and characters. This is science fiction at it's best, and we couldn't recommend it enough. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Pop Culture HQ - Jason Bennett Apr 5, 2017

    Though this issue primarily focused on Kyle and his dogs, the landscape is about to open up.Now halfway through the miniseries, the impending battle between the colonists and the native Kira is on the horizon and it looks to be intense. The foundation of the series has been established in the first three issues andyou get the sense that issue four is gonna bring it! 451 Media may not produce as many titles or with the frequency of many publishers, but when they do it's solid work throughout. RED DOG is another example of how 451 carved their niche in the comic book world as a reliable publisher when it comes to quality. Read Full Review

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