Bitch Planet: Triple Feature #3

Bitch Planet: Triple Feature #3

Writer: Alissa Sallah, Dylan Meconis, Kit Cox Artist: Alec Valerius, Dylan Meconis, Vanesa Del Rey Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: August 16, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 7
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DeCONNICK & DE LANDRO PRESENT: THE TRIPLE FEATURE!
Back for more?? Three talented teams bring the hot, hot heat to entrenched patriarchy everywhere. New stories from the front lines of BITCH PLANET...and all the backmatter you can handle.
100% Grade-A satire. Funny 'til it hurts.

  • 10
    Comicosity - Izzy Aug 19, 2017

    Given the events of this week, Bitch Planet: Triple Feature #3 can be a heavy read. Themes of state violence, the creation of a marginalized and demonized Other, and gendered institutions of power are hyper-visible in this issue, arguably moreso than in most issues of Bitch Planet. But that hypervisibility is exactly what makes this issue great. This issue is a prime example of good satire, and, I would argue, extremely necessary in these times. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comicosity - Izzy Golightly Aug 19, 2017

    Given the events of this week, Bitch Planet: Triple Feature #3 can be a heavy read. Themes of state violence, the creation of a marginalized and demonized Other, and gendered institutions of power are hyper-visible in this issue, arguably moreso than in most issues of Bitch Planet. But that hypervisibility is exactly what makes this issue great. This issue is a prime example of good satire, and, I would argue, extremely necessary in these times. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Alyssa Jackson Aug 17, 2017

    'Bitch Planet: Triple Feature' #3 focuses on law enforcement in the New Protectorate, and how those in charge use otherness as part of their controlling vision. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Doom Rocket - Brandy Dykhuizen Aug 18, 2017

    That's not to discount Dylan Meconis' "Big Game", sandwiched in the middle. There's some great character writing in there, but I found it to be overshadowed by its bookends, with a plot twist more or less visible from page one. All three pieces will stick with you, however. Grab a copy and be inspired by the highly acidic lemonade these creators were able to make with today's rotting fruit. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Impulse Gamer - Chris O'Connor Aug 27, 2017

    While each story is relatively short, they do carry an interesting idea with each of them. Giving the reader a chance to think about events, groups, people in society and how they are viewed or treated but in a way that is both confrontational at times but also not, in as much as it's a comic so easier to keep at arms length from a sense of reality. It's a great little collection for the reader that doesn't want their library filled with only superheros and thrillers but wants something with a bit more of an intellectual bent, or a philosophical, societal examination theme. A bit different, but that's a good thing. Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    Black Nerd Problems - Carrie McClain Aug 17, 2017

    While not my favorite Triple Feature collection of stories, Issue #3 is still a notable entry. I didn't connect with all these stories, but what do each of them have going for them? This time around each of these stories have a fantastic element of surprise wrapped up into them that knocks you off your feet while reading as you get to the last pages. Each and every story. Warping a point of view and changing who actually is the "good guys" and/or the "right side" is another overall theme to consider for these stories. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Multiversity Comics - Kate Kosturski Aug 18, 2017

    One cannot deny the importance of these stories as a piece of artistic political resistance that need to be read far and wide, but as a Bitch Planet fan, it's also high time we get back to the main story. Read Full Review

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