Future Quest Presents #3

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Ariel Olivetti Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 18, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.7Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

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The secret behind Metallus' horrific appearance is revealed...and the Space Force is to blame! Can Space Ghost and his team of allies stop Metallus and his men from taking their revenge and destroying the galaxy in the process? Or is this truly the end for our heroes?
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  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Oct 19, 2017

    And so with a sad whimper, we come to the halfway point of the series, sated visually but still wanting more for the narrative. Space Ghost once again has overcome adversity but it seems too simple, too complete and makes us wonder if something has been left out. But even as that query passes our minds, it is soon smothered by the want and need to see what happens next, hoping that the continuing adventure can top this, but at the same time, a sense of disbelief that it cannot. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth Oct 18, 2017

    Another fun issue that continues to keep the Hanna-Barbera spirit alive, and keeps making me feel like a kid watching Saturday morning cartoons. I can’t wait to see what Parker can come up with next. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Jun 3, 2018

    Ariel Olivettis work is a stark difference from the Alex Toth-inspired designs for the Space Ghost. Although a painterly style, it is simple enough in details. It feels much like what Steve Rude would paint which means that it is easy to see the progression from Toth to Olivetti. This work would look better in a larger format book. It is a waste that such epic illustration be lost on such a small-sized comic and something very few will ever pay attention to. Perhaps Parker and Olivetti should work on a larger-sized Space Ghost project. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Shoot The Breeze Comics - Carlos Melendez Oct 20, 2017

    What a waste of potential I still have the utmost respect for both of these fine talented men but towards the end of the issue it became very clear that they just wanted to wrap things up and rather than exploring some of the more interesting themes they had previously brought up they had to give us a half assed, half baked rushed out ending that just honestly feels incomplete and unsatisfying. Read Full Review

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