Halo: Helljumper #3

Writer: Peter David Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 23, 2009 Critic Reviews: 1
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Mysteries deepen as the Helljumpers’ investigation of the curious events at the Space Colony Ariel continues. Cut off from the rest of their company, Dutch and Romeo must use every ounce of skill and strength to stay alive. But earth-shaking events--both physical and personal--will truly test the mettle of these two brothers-in-arms. 17 & Up …$3.99

  • 8.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Sep 23, 2009

    Eric Nguyen's art is solid, if not as impressive as David's script. As I noted last month, Nguyen's figures tend to appear very flat and dull when not bathed in light. This quality tended to drag down issue #2, as most of the action took place in dark corridors. Luckily, as most of this issue takes place in a bright desert setting, it's not so much a problem this time. Nguyen also does a good job in employing various tricks and techniques to ensure the Helljumpers aren't dehumanized by their full body armor and covered faces. Assuming the lights don't go out again, I don't think we'll have much to worry about from either creator in the remaining chapters. If you happen to grow bored with Firefight mode this week, I'd recommend giving Helljumper a glance. Read Full Review

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