Blade Runner: Origins #3

Writer: K. Perkins, Mike Johnson, Mellow Brown Artist: Fernando Dagnino Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: April 21, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
9.4Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

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Enter the world of Blade Runner: 2009 and Discover the untold origins of the Blade Runners!
A Tyrell Corporation scientist is DEAD - the victim of an apparent suicide.
But when LAPD Detective Cal is called in to investigate, he uncovers secret documents revealing a new kind of replicant and a conspiracy that could change the world.
FEATURES AN ALL-STAR CREATIVE TEAM including K. PERKINS (Supergirl), MELLOW BROWN (American Gods) plus Titan's bestselling Blade Runner 2019 co-writer MIKE JOHNSON.

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    DC Comics News - Carl Bryan May 5, 2021

    We get to really see the seeds of what the Tyrell Corp puts into play. Cal has his hands full and he is not even a Blade Runner…not that it will allow him special powers. This is some hard core science fiction that contributes to canon with every strike on the keyboard! Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Multiversity Comics - Henry Finn Apr 26, 2021

    The writers dimensionalize Cal and add an action-adventure element to the series. The characters are complex, expressive, and interesting. With Cal Moreaux, the creators are crafting a seminal figure in the Blade Runner universe and, perhaps, in science fiction. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    The Super Powered Fancast - Timala Elliott Apr 21, 2021

    Fernando Dagnino creates detailed, expressive drawings that are highlighted by the color work of Marco Lesko. The result is a beautiful and engaging series of panels that completely immerses you in the story's universe. The issue is eye-catching and very well done in both tone and artistry. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Apr 21, 2021

    BLADE RUNNER ORIGINS #3, available from Titan Comics on April 21st, 2021, does the minimum amount of movement to keep the story interesting and drops one heck of a mystery reveal. The pulpy art loads in tons of atmosphere, and the revelation has broad implications for the remainder of the arc. Read Full Review

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