Rook Exodus #3

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Jason Fabok, Brad Anderson Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 26, 2024 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 15
8.8Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

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As Rook and Dire Wolf are hunted by the bear warden Ursaw, they need allies to fight back. Dire Wolf takes them to a secret sanctuary called the Oasis, where we meet another enigmatic Warden and his formidable crew. But can they be trusted? And whose side are they really on? Also: If you think you know how sick and twisted Ursaw is, you've seen nothing yet!

  • 10
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Jun 26, 2024

    If this quality continues on through the second half of 2024, Rook: Exodus is definitely going to be in the conversation for best title of 2024. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Nerd Initiative - Hopsgeeknews Jun 26, 2024

    Rook Exodus #3 builds upon the anticipation the first two issues began as new players enter the board the team is hammering home how desperate our "heroes are. The blend of art and colors creates a peaceful calm while the letters and character-building draft up the feeling of unease. Issue 4 cannot come fast enough! Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Jul 2, 2024

    ROOK: EXODUS #3 greatly expands the world and characters in Exodus, escalating the stakes and complexity of a world on the brink of war. Geoff Johns does a commendable job giving readers plenty of wow moments, mostly through the delivery of Jason Fabok's jaw-dropping art. The past and future of Exodus is still a blank slate, but this issue gives you plenty to chew on. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Jun 25, 2024

    If you like your sci-fi with big, bold, and blockbuster-caliber art, Rook: Exodus is for you. This isn't a story-forward book, however, as it leans more into its mysteries than building out why it all matters. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Tim Adams Jun 26, 2024

    Rook: Exodus has gotten a lot more interesting since Dire Wolf appeared. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Toonstrack Jun 30, 2024

    This is everything I could want out of a new comic book universe. They are building out the world and introducing characters who could carry years if story if not decades.

    The creative team is on top of their game in every aspect. Jason Fabok is delivering maybe some of his best work in this series. Its clean, detailed, visually distinct, and a joy to look at. When I read a comic and finish it wanting at least 5 action figures from that comic you know you are doing something right.

    The story is developing at a steady but deliberate pace knowing when to imply and when to show. Its not reinventing the wheel of plot but it doesn't have to.

    10/10 for this one. Keep it coming.

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  • 10
    Dave DSG Jun 29, 2024

    Rook and Dire Wolf go to meet Carapace, the warden of the turtles, who is over a hundred years old and saw two planets die, Earth and now Exodus. Carapace hoped they had recovered Swine, but is disappointed when Rook arrives, because he doesn't trust a warden who wanted to leave the planet.

    Dire Wolfe reveals that Ursaw murdered the father of his Bloodhound, the warden of the Wild Dogs. Dannica explains that once you connect with your fauna, you can take off your helmet, but Rook is afraid because he feels that those fauna are going to betray him.

    Dire Wolf, Rook and Carapace connect to the Wildlife Grid, which connects them to all the wildlife wardens, Rook sees how Ursaw is about to arrive with an more

  • 9.0
    fzanca Jun 29, 2024

    The world-building in this series is amazing. The stakes keeping getting higher and the relationship between the characters is good. The wire tree was an awesome design and the end is a great cliffhanger. Looking forward to next issue.

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  • 8.5
    Deadlybeavis Jun 29, 2024

    Awesome comic. I think it would be cool to base a miniature game off this comic.

  • 7.5
    bulletproof2k Jun 28, 2024

    I like this series more and more with its post-apocalyptic world, in which new significant characters periodically appear.

  • 6.0
    Jonn McLoed Jun 30, 2024

    This has all the promise of a great story but some of the dialogue was unnecessary and way to many characters in one issue. The art was awesome but the lettering was a mess. I think the real reason I'm struggling with this comic more this issue is I actually don't like Rook as a person and that is probably why I will ultimately fall away as the issues go on.

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