Micronauts #3

Writer: Scott Wherle Artist: Eric Wolfe Hanson Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Nov 9, 2002

    With the great artwork and this magnificent story, how could I ever complain? Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 21, 2002

    This book seems to be taking forever to reach the point where I would start to label it entertaining, and while the bimonthly schedule is partly to blame, the simple fact of the matter is Scott Wherle seems to have some serious pacing problems. I mean I'm sure there are fans of the original series who have latched onto this book in a bid to recapture their youth (guilty as charged), but frankly fond remembrances of what this book was, is all that is keeping me on this book, as the opening three issues of this book have barely even scratched the surface. The characters who will eventually form the Micronauts are poorly defined, and the book seems reluctant to spend too long exploring any one character, as after a little taste of characterization the book quickly jumps to another character. This book has the potential to be quite good, maybe even great, and it's a fairly unique creature, as science fiction is largely untapped in today's mainstream market. However, the slow pacing is quic Read Full Review

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