King Tiger #3

Writer: Randy Stradley Artist: Doug Wheatley Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: October 14, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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In the ruins of a once-thriving city, King Tiger battles alone against the Dragon and its brood. Its a fight he must win if he is to confront the most damning secret of his lifea secret made monstrous, all-devouring flesh. If Tiger falls, so does the world!

  • 8.8
    Graphic Policy - christopher scott author Nov 14, 2015

    In a similar manner to the last one issue, the artwork by Doug Wheatly is colorful. Even the non-human characters seem to be drawn with more confidence, as they fill bigger roles than just henchmen. That really brings them into a larger focus. Now that everything seems to go wrong in the story by Randy Stradley (read it and found out why), the art work is really bought into a vibrant balance. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Oct 14, 2015

    King Tiger #3 came with the intensity demanded from a plot that called for that all or nothing action. Solid balance of time given to the characters, prioritized the main plot, and delivered a satisfying fight sequence which showed off King Tiger's prowess. Hopefully the next issue will bring it all together seeing how big this moment is and the twist revealed at the very end. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Oct 14, 2015

    While King Tiger was never a favorite of mine from back in the day I really liked the backup feature we had previously and most of the first issue of this miniseries. As it's progressed, though, it feels like it's moved away from the interesting character pieces and potential for supernatural exploration to something more monster of the miniseries with a large threat in place. It's well illustrated, the dialogue flows well, and the overall pace of the book works. But it's not something that we haven't seen before far too many times. At a time when characters get a chance to truly be reinvented, King Tiger could have been brought to life in any number of ways. This works as a continuation of the past and perhaps there are enough fans for it. I'm curious as to how it ends, but I'm not feeling the book beyond that unless it opts for something really creative in the story department. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Hulking Reviewer - Kareem Ali Oct 14, 2015

    King Tiger #3 is an okay issue that unfortunately feels like random events happening to random people due to the lack of an immersive mythology or planning on the part of the characters to give everything taking place a better context. And as a result the supporting cast of characters come off as superfluous instead of enhancing the story. However, it's good to see King Tiger's skills on display and the action involving him is pretty good. I don't know how this story arc will end but I hope the conclusion is more engrossing overall. Read Full Review

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