Lone Wolf 2100 #3

Writer: Eric Heisserer Artist: Miguel Sepulveda Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: March 2, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Soldiers have come, sent by governments fearful that another will be the first to benefit from a vaccine harvested from young Daisy Ogami's blood. In the middle of the Pacific, an ambush takes place. But Daisy's protector, the android Itto, is ready with a counterambush . . . The blood spilled will not be Daisy's!

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - christopher scott author Mar 5, 2016

    The manga inspired art syle continues, as the western influence is present in the way the environment is drawn. I will admit the flashbacks are superb in their execution, as the story reveals how the Encoms came to be. Along with the various models, that have to pass for human. It is a impressive thing to see how, despite the different functionally of the Encoms, they manage to look relatively similar. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GWW - Agasicles Stamas Mar 6, 2016

    This creative group has a huge set of shoes to fill. Re-telling one of the most important comic book stories ever told in the history of the genre"that takes a wealth of chutzpa. While I am not familiar with these creators, the story is solid and a good head above the norm and average. I love all of the small nuances and the wind ups to the main sticker-points of philosophy in this issue. While there is a lot here thematically that we have seen before (Children of Men, The Road, The Last of Us"this is kind of a big escort mission story), it is executed with polish and its own particular style. I wish that I had discovered this when its limited run started, but issue #3 was fine for a quick hop-on. And I'll definitely keep my eyes out for this in trade format, where it should be a great read. If you liked Rai and enjoy a bit of Usagi Yojimbo, this should fall within your ballpark. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Martin Doyle Mar 1, 2016

    The creative team have really hit their stride here, fusing clever storytelling and suitably effective art. After fearing that this series might be veering towards becoming a formulaic, run-of-the-mill action story, the shift in dynamic and personal level of engagement in the story was a pleasant and very welcome surprise. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    ComicBuzz - StephenFn Mar 3, 2016

    Thanks to a surprisingly character based approach and some unique and varied action scenes (in the hands of a solid art team), this book has continues to steadily grow in quality. I am now very eager to see how the tale ends in next month's final issue. Read Full Review

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