Planet of Daemons #3

Planet of Daemons #3

Writer: Kevin Gunstone Artist: Stefan Mrkonjic Publisher: Amigo Comics Release Date: March 1, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Amos Deathridge, Magistrate of the Qliphoth, and the Succubus Queen called Heinous journey deeper into the labyrinth of Sathariel. As they search for the lair of the Spirit of War, Amos sees visions of the past and the life he left behind.

  • 8.0
    Outright Geekery - Tom Guilfoyle Mar 1, 2017

    Planet of Daemons issue three is the best issue in the series, even if it repeats itself a bit. The art and colors continue to improve. It will be interesting to see how this series ends as so far it has been predictable but maybe that's Kevin's end game to seem predictable to leave room for the twist ending. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geekery Magazine - Kevin Hamilton Feb 24, 2017

    So this comic definitely impressed. Loved every second of reading it. It is a fantastical world with creatures galore. I'm sure there is something for everyone in this comic. I certainly enjoyed my time and am looking forward to reading onward in the story as more comes out. Ending with a cliffhanger might not sit well with some people, but it worked for me this time around because the issue ended in such a way where if it didn't lead up to what will happen next I would have been mad. With everything said this gets 4 Stars Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Comic Crusaders - Inhuman Mongo Feb 27, 2017

    PaulMoore and Stefan Mrkonjic remain consistent in the art department, both continuing to createa haunting version of the dark realm. As an observation I much prefer the this issues representation of the succubus queen. The prior issue the character's depiction was somewhat muted and in this issue the character was much more alive. It is clear these gentlemen have a well mapped plan on the remaining issues and I will be along for the culmination. If you are not or have not ventured into indie comics you would do well to pick up this title. Read Full Review

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