Debris #3

Writer: Kurtis J. Wiebe Artist: Riley Rossmo Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 26, 2012 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 5
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Maya and Kessel leave the world of ruin behind to discover a whole landscape of pure nature. The legend of Athabasca is true, but there is formidable opposition blocking their way and it becomes very clear: they are not alone.

  • 9.0
    Bloody Disgusting - ShadowJayd Sep 26, 2012

    From panel to panel, Rossmos art is unsurprisingly superb; particularly regarding the colossals and action scenes littering the majority of the pages. Even his approach to linework and detail seems to have improved. But whats truly impressive in issue #3 is Owen Gienis colouring scheme. Hes definitely the star of this issue. His vibrant take on Wiebes post-apocalyptic world is a significant reason why Debris is such visually alluring comic. I can only begin imagine what Wiebe, Rossmo, and Co. have in-store for the finale. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Oct 1, 2012

    With one issue to go, it will be exciting to see how this series concludes. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez Sep 26, 2012

    Overall, another great issue of Debris. Maya continues to be one of the best female main characters currently incomics. Not to mention the cool Umbra monsters and interesting ending. I'm sad to see it go next issue, it's been a fun ride. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Benjamin Bailey Sep 26, 2012

    The main reason this world works so well, that it feels so bleak and real, is the artwork of Riley Rossmo. His techniques as a storyteller are superb. The monsters he brings to life in this and every other issue of Debris are truly unique and awesome. The art is enhanced by Owen Gieni's coloring. The aforementioned flashback sequence is the only place that things fall a little flat. All in all, Debris #3 is a gorgeous comic book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Behind The Panels - Richard Gray Sep 28, 2012

    From the majestic rolling hills of green, to the roasting rabbit on a spit (something Maya is unable to identify), we view the familiar through the eyes of someone who is effectively a newborn in a strange land. One of the most compelling new titles of 2012, we just don't want this one to end. Read Full Review

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