Seven Soldiers of Victory: Guardian #3

Event\Storyline: Seven Soldiers of Victory Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 13, 2005 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 6
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Century Hollow--a secret project in the American heartland--is an artificial town created and maintained as a very unusual experiment. A bizarre terrorist group seizes control of the project, and only The Guardian has any chance of saving the people. The only question is: should he?

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 15, 2005

    Cameron Stewart's artwork and Moose Baumann's colors of course are always a boon--especially during the action sequences and the aftermath, respectively. Though on occasion Stewart uses too heavy an ink this time around. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 2, 2005

    While Grant Morrison didn't really do much with the global village concept after the opening introduction to the idea, Cameron Stewart gets to spend the entire issue playing with the idea, starting with a very funny cover as we see the Guardian doing battle with an army of global representatives. In fact part of the fun that I had with this issue was to spend my time trying to figure out what part of the world each robot was supposed to represent, and hwo can one not smile when we see the Guardian wandered into the European section of the exhibit, though I have to say it did strike me as a little strange that England was given two robots, if the 100 robots were supposed to reflect the global population. I also found myself engaged in a seemingly fruitless search for the Canadian representative but the America village made me smile. The art also does a nice job of playing up the emotions during the flashback scenes, as the power of the final scene has that extra punch when we see what h Read Full Review

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