Legends of Tomorrow #3

Legends of Tomorrow #3

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The legends continue with four acclaimed teams bringing you all-new thrills and adventure!METAMORPHOWritten by AARON LOPRESTIArt by AARON LOPRESTI and MATT BANNINGMetamorpho and Sapphire have been transported to another planet, one torn apart by war over the orb that gave Metamorpho his powers! Meanwhile, the alien criminal Kanjar Ro isnt too far behind, planning to steal the orb by any means necessary.FIRESTORM: THE NUCLEAR MANWritten by GERRY CONWAYArt by EDUARDO PANSICA and ROB HUNTERRonnie and Stein are back together as Firestorm! But as they struggle to work together again, Major Force shows up with nothing but punches and fists to the f more

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke May 11, 2016

    Say it ain't so, my favorite story in this series isn't my favorite! Still looks good though. Overall this continues to be the strongest anthology on the stands. Each story packs a wallop of something–be it action, science fiction, or great characters–which makes this a no brainer. Buy it! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Dark Knight News - Eric Joseph May 13, 2016

    Once again, I felt that Sugar & Spike stole the show with its sharp storytelling and great artwork. Just be forewarned that this book has nothing to do with the TV show of the same name. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd May 15, 2016

    What makes this anthology work is the variety of genre in the book. While ostensibly they are all super-hero comics, they all utilize different styles within the individual features. Firestorm is the most straight forward Super-Hero type story. Metamorpho invokes a lot of sci-fi themes and trappings. Sugar and Spike definitely utilizes a humorous approach to tell the embarrassing moments of the Worlds Greatest Super-Heroes. Metal Men tries to be a fun comic with a deeper sense of emotional need. However, the one thing all these features have in common is the focus on character. None of these stories is about a single solitary individual who is alone in the world. That ensemble approach is something that is true of this comics TV counterpart. This anthology is a winner. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway May 12, 2016

    Just like the other two times, it doesn't seem fair to rate this entire book with one score, since it's four individual comics that have nothing to do with one another that happen to be under one cover. But since folks do like their facts and figures, we've provided the average score below so you can file it away like some crafty statistician. Read Full Review

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