Mystery Men #3

Writer: David Liss Artist: Patrick Zircher Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 13, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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On the hunt to solve the murder of a starlet, The Operative, The Revenant and The Aviatrix smash their way from the gleaming penthouses of privilege to the squalid alleyways of Manhattan, as the full horror of their enemies’ schemes unfolds! 

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    IGN - Joey Esposito Jul 13, 2011

    Zircher excels in issue #3, particularly in the opening pages that set up The Surgeon's back story. He uses his heavy inks to evoke the pulp style, and his layouts mirror the evolution of the character. When the character is still merely Rupert Kingsley, Zircher's page construction is rather constricting and confining. As he undergoes the change however, the pages open up and panels begin to overlap. The Surgeon himself even protrudes the panel border in one instance. Zircher displays a thematic subtlety that goes a long way to help this issue rise above its narrative missteps. Read Full Review

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