Shadow Doctor #3

Writer: Peter Calloway Artist: Georges Jeanty Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: April 28, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Nathaniel got what he wanted: he had the money - a gift from Al Capone - to start his medical practice.  He was going to be a doctor.
Then the bomb went off.  In the chaotic aftermath - and with a life on the line - Nathaniel was going to learn what taking money from the mafia truly meant.

  • 8.5
    Graphic Policy - Brett Apr 28, 2021

    Shadow Doctor #3 is a fantastic issue. It gives us more of who Nathaniel is. By combining his current situation and some flashbacks to his time growing up, we get an even better sense of his life and his morals and inquisitive nature. Then there's Capone. The comic delivers an emotional rollercoaster for him and sets up an unexpected journey through the issue. This is an amazing comic about an amazing life that captures a bit of American history everyone should check out. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 29, 2021

    Shadow Doctor continues to be a really good book and I like a lot of what's going on here. The flashback side is where it feels like it gets into trouble even though it's probably some good core foundational material for our leading character. But as presented, it just feels a little too much and mucks with the pacing and intensity of the present storyline involving one of Capone's guys getting shot. Calloway keeps the dialogue moving well and pretty engaging, especially in those later scenes, and Jeanty's artwork continues to beautifully capture this time period in a really fascinating way. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Connor Casey Apr 28, 2021

    Shadow Doctor delivers another excellent installment with issue #3, this time combining a thought-provoking mediation on the nature of medicine with Nathniel's attempt at saving one of Al Capone's men. Read Full Review

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