Black Terror #3

Writer: Alex Ross, Jim Krueger Artist: Mike Lilly Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 11, 2009 Critic Reviews: 2
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Spinning out of Alex Ross' Project Superpowers is the first new ongoing series - opening with this four-part story arc by Ross, Krueger and Lilly! In this issue, The Black Terror has bitten off more than he can chew on his quest to find out the ultimate fate of his sidekick, Tim. On this quest, he's run right into 'The Patriots' and the battle leaves the Terror shaken, but at the end of it, he comes face-to-face with President West! Featuring three incredible covers that span the ages: Alex Ross, Mike Lilly and the legendary George Tuska!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 14, 2009

    In terms of artwork, I have no complaints. Mike Lily and Vinicius Andrade do a superb job. This is especially true when they illustrate the complexity of the Terror's plan and show the teen partners of the superpowers in action. In general, they actually live up to the promise of Ross and Krueger's intent. They make these heroes look powerful and valiant. Rather than also-rans, they look like the real deal and resonate their respectable history with each step. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Bin - Koppy McFad Apr 10, 2009

    There is an interesting story, both in this comic and in the whole SUPERPOWERS line but it is not being done with the proper skill and dozens of new characters are being crammed into each story. People may not like hearing this but this book makes one appreciate Geoff Johns and Kurt Busiek and the way they can write team books with numerous characters-- and still have a cohesive story. Read Full Review

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