Motor Crush #3

Writer: Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, Babs Tarr Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 8, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 5
8.3Critic Rating
6.9User Rating

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All hope of winning the World Grand Prix is lost unless Domino can convince ace mechanic Lola to rejoin Team Swift, but another Cannonball street battle puts everything in jeopardy. Featuring part three of "ISOLA: PROLOGUE" by BRENDEN FLETCHER & KARL KERSCHL!

  • 9.1
    Black Nerd Problems - Jordan Calhoun Feb 7, 2017

    Overall, Motor Crush #3 stays on par with expectations of being a fun read, beautifully colored, with interesting characters surrounding our main gal. Domino carries the series, but the fact she doesn't have to is a good sign. We have so many other characters to learn while Domino Swift tries to win the Grand Prix, break free from the mob, rekindle love, and keep everyone clear to her safe in the process. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Doom Rocket - Arpad Okay Feb 13, 2017

    I enjoy the heck out of reading this comic. The whole team behind Motor Crush really knows how to effectively drop a gentle cliffhanger. The aesthetic holds from cover to cover, there's a bonus comic and a letters page where other floppies have ads. There's hard work put into this title in toto, and the deeper readers become submerged, the richer their experience becomes. Go find this book already. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 9, 2017

    The characters in this oddball world seem to draw equally from the realms of J-pop, Mad Max and The Warriors. Beneath all the colorful trappings, the series also works as a very grounded story of a woman struggling with both addiction and secrets. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Feb 7, 2017

    If the future involves souped up motorcycle racing I'm all in. This series has a Blade Runner vibe with the breakneck action of Road Rash and a wrinkle of drug abuse to make it all feel pertinent. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Matthew Strackbein Feb 7, 2017

    Its worth picking up the individual issues because this comic reads like a true serial, and issue #3 has the best cliffhanger yet. Check it out and youll see its a wild ride with plenty of talent behind the scenes. Babs Tarr only continues to impress as we sit front row to what is sure to be a long and successful career. More than talented, Tarr keeps stride with the likes of Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, two talented creators that bring a considerable amount of professionalexperienceto the table. Each of these folks may be noteworthy-names on their own with their own respective fan bases, but as a team they continue to make something everyone can enjoy. There are twists and turns here that keep readers on the edge, which happens to be exactly where the characters in Motor Crush seem most comfortable. With strong female characters and a sort of branding that should appeal to a wider audience than usual, Motor Crush is the complete package and determined to be a hit. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Feb 10, 2017

    'Motor Crush' continues to shine as Domino becomes more humanized under the weight of her own decisions and their consequences. The stakes are raised higher and higher giving the series momentum going forward. Fletcher and Stewart have thrusted the story into another gear while Tarr bangs out more emotive and bone-crushing visuals. This is not to be missed. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Multiversity Comics - Rowan Grover Feb 13, 2017

    Motor Crush continues its vibrant first arc with solid character debuts, immersive bike action and moving quieter scenes. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Feb 8, 2017

    Motor Crush #3 continues Domino Swift's downward spiral attempting to live a double life. With her addiction to "crush" starting to affect her pro racing career will she be able to keep it together to save her family and herself? I like the idea of Motor Crush and it has some really great characters and concepts, but it is just moving a little bit too fast (I know that is weird to say about a book that is about motorcycle racing). The characters need a little bit of time to settle down and maybe have a one-shot issue that does not follow the main story line. The art team still does a wonderful job and their colors pop off the page along with their fantastic character designs, the art still remains the main catch for this series. Read Full Review

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