Winter Soldier #3

Writer: Kyle Higgins Artist: Rod Reis Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 13, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 8
8.7Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

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Having pulled RJ out of HYDRA, Bucky begins diving into the mystery of the young killer's past. Where does he come from? Who are his parents? How do you rehabilitate someone who's only ever known death? You give him something new to live for.
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  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Megan Peters Feb 13, 2019

    A stunning cliffhanger seals the issue's intense track record, and fans will be left torn between wanting to protect Bucky forever or smacking him upside the head. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Feb 15, 2019

    Winter Soldier #3 (of 5) is a great look and insight into the character of Bucky Barnes. Higgins is doing some fantastic work while Rod Reis delivers some delightful art. This is turning out to be a great little mini-series that I hope gains some more traction among readers. I feel like people are missing out on a very good read by not picking up Winter Soldier. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Graphic Policy - Alex K Cossa Feb 13, 2019

    Starting a five issue miniseries on the penultimate issue is never ideal, but with Winter Soldier #4 it is more than doable. This is a really fun and enjoyable comic with some not so subtle questions about the nature of redemption. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    PopCultHQ - Adrian Care Feb 13, 2019

    There's a school of thought that Marvel is getting their cinematic universe right at the expense of their comics. Winter Soldier is irrefutable proof of that the opposite is true. If Higgins and Reis maintain this level of quality (and were granted more than the 5-issues) this would give the Immortal Hulk a run as Marvels best book. The team brings great action and deep psychology without losing classic super heroics. This is just damn good story telling without cheap gimmicks. Fans should support books like this, put it in the hands of people who haven't yet read it, so we get to enjoy it for more than its limited run. Read Full Review

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