Alters #3

Alters #3

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Leila Leiz Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: December 21, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
9.8Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

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Chapter 3: Hello, Goodbye
Reeling from the tragedy surrounding her first interaction as an Alter, Chalice must reconcile her public persona and her civilian identity. Her transformations are now set in motion, and she struggles to deal with both. Yet in the midst of this turmoil, new Alters are revealed...including one undergoing alteration very close to home.
       Continue the journey with Eisner Award-winning writer PAUL JENKINS (Wolverine: Origin, Sentry, Inhumans) and incredible artists LEILA LEIZ and TAMRA BONVILLAIN!

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Andy Hall Dec 23, 2016

    If you are reading books like Ms. Marvel and Faith, you should be adding this to your pull list. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Pop Culture HQ - Jason Bennett Dec 21, 2016

    Finally to note, you have each person on the creative team at the top of their respective games. Back that with a publisher whose stock has been steadilyon the rise month after month, ALTERShas the potential to not only continue its successful run, but quite possibly become one of the cornerstones to AfterShock's library of titles. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Kristopher Grey Dec 26, 2016

    This issue is essential to the series, and the quality of storytelling is definitely commendable. Knowledge of the previous issues is absolutely recommended. Luckily there are only 2 to catch up on. Where the story goes from here is a mystery, but this issue provided a good amount of unresolved plights for issue #4 to pick up on. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - SHAY REVOLVER Dec 22, 2016

    I enjoyed reading this issue and the series itself has been solid, even though we're only three issues in I feel for the characters and enjoy the world that has been created and the characters that live in it. There are no wasted panels or word and everything seems real and unforced. This issue was no exception to the momentum and expectations the previous two issues set up, in fact, the series seems to be getting stronger and better with each new issue. Read Full Review

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