Velocity #3

Writer: Ron Marz Artist: Kenneth Rocafort Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: December 15, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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The Pilot Season Winner is Back! Like fast women? Boy, do we have a girl for you. The clock is literally ticking on the life of Carin Taylor, the hero known as Velocity. The fastest girl in the world must race around the globe in an attempt to save her Cyberforce teammates. If Carin can't beat the clock, she and her friends will succumb to a techno-virus and give Cyberforce's greatest foe his greatest victory. The issue continues the creative collaboration of writer Ron Marz (Witchblade, Angelus) and artist Kenneth Rocafort (Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer).

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 20, 2010

    I can imagine several ways out of the shocking cliffhanger and one is foreshadowed this issue. Whatever Ron Marz chooses, I'm sure it will be good because he excels when depicting this engaging bona fide superhero that risks her very life to save her comrades. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Andrenn Dec 15, 2010

    If you are not reading Velocity then I recommend checking it out. Velocity is one of the most fun titles I have read in a while. Readers that enjoy titles with a great character and a story that delivers plenty of fun should definitely pick up a copy of Velocity #3. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Dec 17, 2010

    When Rocafort is doing the art, the story basically needs to just not vomit all over itself and you'll have a good comic book. Even though the story is perhaps staggering a little bit, it is very uncomplicated and easy to follow. And, Rocafort's art is just simply outstanding. He's on my list of people to do a search through Previews for every month and see if he's drawing anything. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicBuzz - Niall Doonan Jan 18, 2011

    However, this art style is something that can be gotten over easily enough once you begin to read the issue, and what you are left with is an enjoyable and entertaining comic. Another thing worth mentioning is the final page, I won't spoil it, but it contains one of the best cliff hangers I have seen in a long time, one which looks set to change the face of this comic series. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Vine - Mat Elfring Dec 14, 2010

    Bad Jumping-on PointIt's the second to last issue in the mini-series, so I can't say this is a must have issue, and it's not a place a new reader needs to jump on to, but this may be a great mini-series to pick up as a whole, if it comes out in trade. Although I wasn't the biggest fan of the character, this is a book I'd read just for the art and composition. If you've been enjoying the mini-series, continue reading it. If you haven't been reading it, borrow it from a friend. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Eric Jones Dec 14, 2010

    So the short of it: This book's saving graces are the art and the cleverly-written internal monologues. It really doesn't engage the reader enough to stand on its own. But taken in context with the overall story, it might encourage you to pick up the previous issues and stick with it for just one more, especially if you're already a fan of the creative team or the character. Read Full Review

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