Earthdivers #3

Writer: Stephen Graham Jones Artist: Davide Gianfelice Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: December 7, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
7.6Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

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The Indigenous chrononauts' plot to sabotage the mission to the so-called New World takes a strange turn. Reeling from disaster, the Niña's crew places Tad under lock and key and Columbus develops a disturbing personal interest in his would-be assassin. As the admiral lets down his guard to decide if this prisoner is a godsend or Satan himself, Tad moves to make the most of the situation. But as his influence on the past intensifies, his wife and friends in 2112 find themselves in the crosshairs of a new history.

  • 9.7
    SciFiPulse - Ian Cullen Dec 14, 2022

    This was a really strong issue that took time to tell a smaller story within the larger story. I really enjoyed the interplay between Emily and this mysterious Native American Elder who just pretty much shows up out of nowhere. I also enjoyed how the elder was kind of noncommital when answering Emily's question about whether or not Tad had succeeded. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 21, 2022

    I'm definitely interested in seeing what's next because the big-picture concept of this works well for me, but this chapter and the reading schedule I have for it didn't help. It's reinforcing that this is likely going to be better when read in full, especially when adding more complicated layers to it such as it does with Martin here. I wanted more time in the past with Tad to see how things were unfolding there but we definitely needed to see more of what's going on in the present with the old school and what Emily ran into. It continues to look great and the script itself is strong in how it handles the dialogue and pacing, it's just a matter of being a book that works better the more you have to read at once, especially early on. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Tim Adams Dec 7, 2022

    We get to see two different versions of a character interact with our main cast, dropping valuable knowledge of the past and present all at once. Read Full Review

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