Z-Men #3

Z-Men #3

Writer: Jeff McComsey Artist: Alisson Rodrigues Publisher: Double Take Release Date: February 24, 2016 Cover Price: $2.5 Critic Reviews: 3
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Dead and/or alive. LBJ orders the Secret Service to bring him back a Zombie. This should be easy. With the U.S. in PA, solely as advisors, the Air Force drops 300,000,000 tons of advice on Evans County.

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Feb 24, 2016

    Overall this is a good issue. It's been enjoyable from the beginning and while this issue doesn't drive the story it gives a solid action moment and throws this series into the heart of the outbreak. Lastly, I still want to mention how damn beautiful the Double Take books are. The glossy covers and pages are a real treat to hold and frankly the best way to read the books. Read Full Review

  • 7.4
    Comicsverse - Tarik Cummings Feb 23, 2016

    The art does a great job of lending to the grounded, even classic, feel of the comic. Being set in the 60's, the art's extravagance might feel out of place, but Kurt Tiede's drawings definitely compliment the story while failing to distract from the characters and plot. Readers might want more visual stimuli in this comic, but the blood and gore is sure to increase in the coming issues. Z-MENissue #3 is a great escalation of this story and proves that when it comes to Double Take, the best is yet to come. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Feb 23, 2016

    As the flagship to Double Take's publishing line, things do not bode well for Z-Men. Zombie stories are a dime a dozen in the era of The Walking Dead - so if you want your title to succeed, you need more than just setting your story in the 1960s. Right now, it's kind of unclear what Jeff McComsey and Bill Jemas want out of this series - is it meant to scare us? Is it meant to make us think? Is it supposed to be pure, uncut action? At the moment, Z-Men is none of these things, and after three issues, that might mean this series is dead on arrival. Read Full Review

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