A-Force #3

A-Force #3

Writer: G. Willow Wilson, Kelly Thompson Artist: Jorge Molina, Matt Milla Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 2, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 9
7.4Critic Rating
7.6User Rating

• As Antimatter grows increasingly dangerous, SHE-HULK, CAPTAIN MARVEL, MEDUSA, DAZZLER and NICO MINORU must put aside their differences and learn to become a real team - the team Singularity knows they can be - before it's too late.
•  When a desperate battle in space with Antimatter goes awry it may be the death of one of them, just as this new team is beginning to find its way.
•  Meanwhile Tempest Bell's analysis of Antimatter may not bode well for the future of A-Force.
Rated T+

  • 9.0
    Comicosity - Allen Thomas Mar 2, 2016

    From the fights to the feels, A-Force #3 is an issue that makes for a stellar read. There are some major upsets and excellent interactions that pave yet another step in this series making its mark on the Marvel universe. There are definitely still some questions I want answered and developments I want to happen, but I wait with bated breath for each issue to see how these heroines take care of some massive problems. I recommend this series if youre a big fan of women of Marvel as it is full of fun, fury, and tender emotion. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge Mar 3, 2016

    Every team in Marvel's history has had to endure some sort of trial by fire and A-Force #3 is this team's first beautiful crucible. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Jeff Lake Mar 3, 2016

    Bucking the usual slow roll-out most super team books enjoy, A-Force's latest is again a high energy affair. Where last issue saw Kelly Thompson and G. Willow Wilson provide a welcome jump in character development and explored relationship dynamics, issue #3 offers a more action oriented focus. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 7, 2016

    After a rocky start to the ongoing series, "A-Force" #3 settles in much better now and provides more of a reason to read the comic than just fond feelings for last year's miniseries. When the book debuted, I was less than enthusiastic, but I'm now firmly on board. All in all, a nice recovery. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Black Nerd Problems - L.E.H. Light Mar 3, 2016

    This issue ends with the set up for the showdown between Singularity and Antimatter. Let's see what revelations remain, and what sacrifices are yet to be made, in this battle to get rid of Antimatter for good. Read Full Review

  • 6.2
    Multiversity Comics - Stephenson Ardern-Sodje Mar 4, 2016

    A book starring some of Marvel's best loved, longest running female characters, and introducing us to a few from the new generation of interesting women in comics could be doing more to actually explore those women in all their unique intricacies, rather than just offering up a relatively generic script about a potential world ending crisis with some infighting and another forgettable villain. While there are few writers I can imagine I'd choose above Wilson and Thompson to put together a female fronted alternative book with mainstream appeal, it feels as though they're being channelled towards writing a gender-swapped “Avengers” title, and rather than finding a new and exciting avenue to tell their own story, they're strugglingto make their way down a path already clogged with similar narratives. Read Full Review

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