Blood Brothers #3

Writer: Fabian, Jr. Rangel Artist: Javier Caba Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 23, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The Soliz Brothers aren't seeing eye to eye on their next move. Diego believes that the missing skull they're looking for was purchased by none other than Medusa, and wants to question her. His brother and their boss want to them to keep looking for Calavera. Diego disobeys and finds himself in serious trouble in the form of a raging Minotaur!

  • 8.5 - Harrison Rawdin Aug 23, 2017

    Blood Brothers #3 is the second to last issue for this mini-series and I have to say I've thoroughly enjoyed the dynamite ride! There's some room for improvement but this third outing more than proves why we should all add this title to our pull-lists. Do you like fun adventure with some monsters to boot? Do you wanna see a Luchador fight a Minotaur? Then add this to your coveted pull-list. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Aug 22, 2017

    Blood Brothers #3 is just another wonderful entry into this series and with only one more issue to go the brothers are on the trail to solve this mystery. With great story telling and fantastic cartooning Blood Brothers is the sleeper hit of the summer in comics. There is honestly not much I do not like about this series. It's it has action, comedy, mystery and all kinds of crazy creatures. I am all in on this series and cannot wait to see what happens when the brothers finally solve this mystery and what comes next! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 23, 2017

    Blood Brothers is a miniseries that I'm already hoping that another one is in the process of being produced because there's a lot to like here. The team has taken the familiar, given it a good spin of their own, and is open to a lot more expansion and interpretation to be even bigger and more involved. This issue's focus on Medusa is fun with what it introduces and it has me wanting to know a lot more of her past and that of the brothers, which we do get a glimpse of. The script continues to be fun and well paced with some good moments that make you grin while the artwork is definitely rich in detail and solid in flow so that you're easily caught up in it all, especially when the action hits. Definitely an under the radar title worth checking out. Read Full Review

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