Adam.3 #2

Writer: Scott Kolins Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: September 2, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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A nightmarish plague threatens Adam’s island home and everything he holds dear—including his beloved wife, his troubled son, and the animals he watches over. Lives are lost and captives are taken as an otherworldly invader penetrates Adam’s utopian environment.

  • 9.5 - Harrison Rawdin Sep 2, 2015

    Adam.3 #2 is an absolutely engaging piece of fiction that excels through the might of its creator. I appreciated the format decisions as I eagerly shower this title with praise and recommend it to any curious onlookers that might want to try something new. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - christopher scott Aug 30, 2015

    The art work is well done, in a similar manner to the last issue. It has a nice balance of vibrant, action-filled, scenes. Along with scenes that have a slight darkness to the characters and the environment. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Villain Smash - Brady Steele Sep 2, 2015

    On the surface, this book looks like as advertised: Jungle adventure mixed with a touch of futuristic tech and aliens. This appears to be a winning combination for this to be an entertaining book. Looking a little deeper, you can see there are some intriguing subplots or mysteries percolating already. I wont spoil those as its part of the charm of this book to see them begin to take root. If youre looking for something fun and gorgeous to read, Adam.3 #2 will not steer your wrong. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 2, 2015

    Adam.3 has a strong second installment that builds upon what we've gotten so far and manages to make it even more engaging and intriguing. This is the kind of book that I wish was hitting weekly in digital form because there's so much that I want to know and see explored that waiting a month for a new installment makes me get anxious. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Patrick Self Sep 2, 2015

    The page layout remains stellar, in fact if anything it's improved. The whole issue just feels more refined and focused, which you love to see in a second issue. The main characters all receive a bit more sophistication, both in aesthetics as well as with background and motivations. AND, with the Mononoke-esque infectious animals from the first issue and the second E in SEEDS standing for Epidemic, I'm cautiously optimistic that we will be in for a visual treat with issue #3. Read Full Review

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