Mayday #3

Mayday #3

Writer: Curt Pires Artist: Chris Peterson Publisher: Black Mask Studios Release Date: June 24, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.3Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Mayday #3 is a comic book. With boys and girls and guns and pig people and holes in spacetime and Los Angeles. What are you waiting for? Just read it. You'll love it. Trust me, I'm a doctor. The third issue of the smash hit by Curt Pires and Chris Peterson is here.

  • 9.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Forrest Hollingsworth Jun 24, 2015

    This is a near perfect issue held back only by its erratic nature which some readers might have no problem with at all. Mayday is the comic book form of reading Nietzsche while shot-gunning beers and picking up prostitutes for sacrifice to some higher power. Don’t miss this. Read Full Review

  • 7.0 - John McCubbin Jun 24, 2015

    Mayday #3 continues to expand on this strange tale, with the fate of Terrance and Kleio allowing for a suspenseful tone throughout. There's also some unique styling to this tale, with the pacing and use of rewinds allowing for a more dynamic tone. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Big Comic Page - Andrew McGlinn Jun 26, 2015

    True to any story, we generally open with a bang to get the reader/viewer on board and then the story takes a slight dip before racing to an exciting conclusion. Well, episode three is the dip (and when I say dip, I dont mean its bad, just not on par with the previous instalments). Mayday #3 does ends with a complete WTF development, leaving me wonder what the hell is going to happen in the conclusion. Im really looking forward to it. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    nlindsay Jul 28, 2015

    A few cool moments with non-linear storytelling, but the backgrounds need more attention as the art gets more stylized in this issue. But please tell me what is going on with the bookends of the cross-dresser on the first and last page. And where did my notes go? Loved those things at the bottom of the page in issue two. No doubt about it though - each issue seems to have a different "thing" going on that makes it wholly unique from the others.

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