Dark Fang #3

Writer: Miles Gunter Artist: Kelsey Shannon Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 17, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Valla's campaign against the fossil fuel industry reaches the highest office of government (yes...that one). Now there's a storm coming for her, and it just might be more than she can handle.  

  • 9.2
    Comic Watch - Nicholas Osborn Jan 22, 2018

    As the series continues to open the story to a much larger world while exploring the progress and impacts of Valla's crusade, each issue finds its strength in ramping up the intensity while keeping it packed with heart. Dark Fang #3 equally impresses with both its narrative and artistic quality, as the series quickly proves to be among the best in Image Comic's lineup. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jan 22, 2018

    Dark Fang jumps past its brilliant premise with this issue, creating a smart vampire story. It doesn't get too preachy about climate change (although it wouldn't hurt because it is without a doubt real and a very pressing issue facing not only our country, but the world). Like classic George Romero movies, it delivers on its message through the lens of horror. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Cat Wyatt Jan 17, 2018

    Like the past couple of issues, I absolutely love this cover. It's stunning, to say the least. Having her representing in a glowing bright white while the lions are white dipped in red makes for a striking image. The blue background both complements and contrasts it all perfectly. I also approve of the artists' choice to represent the end of the world vision in hues of not just red, but purple. It helps make it stand out from all of the other apocalyptic representations out there. Plus it shows us rather than telling us that the sun has been blocked from reaching the earth (while having a blocked out sun may sound like the vampiric dream, one must consider the cost). Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    SnapPow.com - Harrison Rawdin Jan 17, 2018

    Let's be honest Dark Fang #3 is not for everyone. You need to be okay with vampires and receptive to the idea that using finite resources, like fossil fuels, is a bad thing for us and the planet. If those two boxes check off for you then by all means dive into this strange book. You'll find yourself rooting for a bloodsucker in a climate that feels relevant to current events, it's not perfect but it does represent a good time. Read Full Review

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