Moriarty #3

Writer: Daniel Corey Artist: Anthony Diecidue Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 13, 2011 Critic Reviews: 2
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'THE DARK CHAMBER,' Part Three With time running out and his mission far from complete, Moriarty faces a dark night of the soul. With Dr. Watson hot on his trail, Moriarty must match wits with an old foe and hatch a scheme that could lead him to a final showdown with Tartarus.

  • 6.3
    Entertainment Fuse - Nicole D'Andria Jul 16, 2011

    Moriarty is not and has never been bad. This is an okay installment to the series, accomplishing some plot points in a somewhat entertaining way. But the comic is riddled with flaws. The story is a very intellectual one that expects a lot from the reader, but this issue gives the series little as a reward other than watching the awesome feats of one Moriarty. The story, while trying to be interesting and fascinating, takes a backseat to Moriarty's character whose development happened too fast in the first issue leaving us with just some cool action moments here and there. The detective feel is almost gone completely, leaving behind the lesser science-fiction. The series is better suited for a noir feel and needs a return to the art style in the first issue. Still, the series remains fresh, intellectual and has a great character, which is enough to give it a small recommendation. Just don't expect as much from it as it expects from you. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    ComicBuzz - Niall Doonan Jul 19, 2011

    If you have been buying Moriarty, then I wouldnt suggest that you just stop. I think re-reading old issues helps and the story will probably be at its best when read all in one go, as this would make it easier to follow some of the less clear elements. Despite my dislike of this issue, I am interested to see how things will conclude next issue, even if to just fully understand what it was all about. Read Full Review

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