Kingsman: The Red Diamond #3

Writer: Rob Williams Artist: Simon Fraser Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 8, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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With the world's computers wiped out and its cities plunged into darkness, a group of mining magnates is summoned to a secret destination in the depths of Hunan Province. Determined to find The Red Diamond and restore order in the streets, Eggsy and Kwaito disguise themselves as rich jewel tycoons and jump in a helicopter headed for China. There, awaiting them, is a VHS tape- one that will blow their mission wide open. Issue number three of this unstoppable, action-packed miniseries contains violence, explosions, flying wingsuits, and vintage jets.

  • 8.0
    Pop Culture Uncovered - Joshua Evans Nov 9, 2017

    I loved the artwork in this issue. There wasnt necessarily a high volume of fine tuned detail or a loud color palette, but the whole bloody thing felt like an adventure! Every scene visually took me every where I needed to go, which is good. If you can evoke that sense of participation with your illustrations, then almost nothing else matters. The scene that stands out the most to me is probably the simplest, but I found myself flipping back just to look at it again, because it was so perfect. Transcendent almost. There is an isolated shot of a mountainside, with about a few hundreds stories worth of elevator shaft running down it. Greenery dots the mountain all the way down. Words dont do it justice, but youll know it when you see it. It just takes you there. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Indiana “Indy” Marlow Nov 8, 2017

    This series is perfect for anyone who grew up on the sharp wit of Connery against Goldfinger or Powers against Dr Evil, or even if youre just in need of a Kingsman fix having just watched Golden Circle. While the film and book differ noticeably, this is still bloody good fun and, at the end of the day, thats all its meant to be. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Black Nerd Problems - Ja-Quan Greene Nov 8, 2017

    As long as the impressive storyline continues, I'll keep looking forward to the next issue's details and handful of panels, where Fraser is given the room to put in that Frank Miller work. Read Full Review

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