Truth & Justice #3

Writer: Geoffrey Thorne Artist: ChrisCross Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 20, 2021 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 5
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Taken over by the god Yemaya, Vixen wages a battle of wills in order to take back her body. If she loses, Nyame will have everything he needs to bring the planet to its knees!

  • 5.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jan 26, 2021

    Truth & Justice is a title with potential but it started with a weak title and didn't have what it needed in order to go the distance. The script here was a bit clunky at the start and didn't go anywhere than expected places for the next two issues and was just kind of there. The artwork was the saving grace but that can go only so far when the story doesn't connect or feel like it's fleshed out properly. I'm all for a lot more Vixen stories but this particular incarnation of her didn't do much for me and felt like it didn't quite get what makes her who she is. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    C.V.R. The Bard Mar 24, 2021

    This could have been a good one shot, though it shouldn't have been.
    Solid jokes (that stretching scene stays in my mind), action blended with metaphysics and legendary mythos from various cultures, and the promise of a new superhero team that could sell books this side of The Terrifics.
    This story deserved better than a panel a page (with some pages panels repeating)!
    DC has to stop with the tokenism and pull the trigger already and give Vixen and this cast of supporting characters a main title. How long has it been since this supermodel was down with the League ? Oh right, back when McDuffie was alive & writing! Hmmm, really makes you think ...
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  • 7.0
    Antenovial Jan 25, 2021

    Chapter Three is a solid ending that makes me wish for more. The Global Guardians are a team I was not familiar with but I believe they work well with Vixen. This Issue showcased Mari as a powerful but relatable heroine. The small things the writer and the artist include truly elevate this book.

    Sometimes the art can appear a bit clunky, especially when the perspective becomes a bit more experimental. Overall Criss Cross's art is dynamic, though. Attacks have an impact and emotion is conveyed.

    Definitely recommended to fans of Vixen.

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    Venger Feb 17, 2021

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    tonpas1989 Mar 5, 2021

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