Skinwalker #3

Writer: Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir Artist: Brian Hurtt Publisher: Oni Press Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 17, 2002

    He enhances the world of the book by first creating a sense of isolation where professionals discuss the details of the case and then expanding: to create a cast of extras in the background. The horror begins small but the threat for it to escalate becomes obvious. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 24, 2002

    This issue skims over the idea that the F.B.I. should be a bit more skeptical about the idea of a person being able to change their identity by wearing the skin of another person, but it does make up for this oversight by keeping the skinwalking process somewhat ground in reality by adding some downsides to the process, and also adding a fairly engaging motivation for why a person would subject himself to this untested procedure. Now I was a bit disappointed that this issue effectively separates its two leads, as the interaction between the two was easily the most engaging element of this miniseries. However, I understand why it was done, as to deliver the climax this story is building toward, the two characters have to spend time apart. In the end this is another solid chapter in a very entertaining entry in the suspense genre. Intelligent writing combined with a nice realistic art style makes this miniseries a highly recommended read. Read Full Review

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