Juice Squeezers #3

Juice Squeezers #3

Writer: David Lapham Artist: David Lapham Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: March 5, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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While half of the Squeezers try to uncover the secret parentage of one of their teammates, the rest of the group get into deep trouble . . . one hundred feet below the surface! And, with the new kid still causing trouble, Juice Squeezers Field Captain Eric Fitz takes action to test his mettle with an ambush where its squish or be squished!

  • 9.0
    Major Spoilers - Kevin Mak Mar 10, 2014

    David Lapham has created a fascinating world with his Juice Squeezers mini-series. Backed by great original concept, this ragtag bunch of youthful misfits are both lovable and entertaining in every issue. Lapham's artwork is also masterful in art design, helping support the overall work. I wish this comic was more than a mini-series since I would probably follow a Juice Squeezers ongoing comic. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Neil Rodriguez Mar 5, 2014

    As for the art in the book, the art is still great in this book, its one of my favorite part of the book. Like I said in my previous review, the art is cartoony, and it feels like I am watching Saturday morning cartoon. Overall Juice Squeezers #3 had a couple of problems, but it was still a great read with some great art, and a good setup for the final issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Backwards Compatible - Paul Fiander Mar 5, 2014

    This third issue feels like a place setting endeavour with the pieces being moved in to position for the final encounter. Lapham has done this with his usual care but the real way to judge this issue is the payoff in the final issue. For now though I can recommend this as an essential part to the story but please do not jump on here. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 10, 2014

    "Juice Squeezers" is set up to be a series of mini-series, and if it does indeed return, hopefully it offers a better grasp of the other kids. Lapham's been giving them some scenes and characterization here and there, but nothing's been strong enough to stick for long. If he can do that, well, I think it'll be a winner. As it is, right now it's a fun enough read, but I do wish it was something where I'm itching to find out what happens next. Read Full Review

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