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Herobear and the Kid #3

Artist: Mike Kunkel Publisher: Astonish Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 13, 2002

    This issue is the big finish to this book's opening arc, and as such there's a sense of closure to this issue, that would have left me unsettled if not for the letter page's promise that we would be seeing more Herobear and the Kid adventures in the future. Still, this issue does provide some answers to the mystery that have been driving this book since issue one, as we learn who Tyler's grandfather was, and why Tyler was given Herobear. Now to be honest the answer is a bit too revealing, as getting this information has removed the mystery, and sense of discovery that this book had going for it when the identity Tyler's grandfather was unknown. There's also a very real sense that thanks to his newly revealed importance in the grand scheme of things, Tyler isn't quite the same little awkward kid, whose biggest worries mirrored those of the average kid. In other words, this issue makes Tyler into something quite special, when a great deal of this book's charm came from the idea that Tyle Read Full Review

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