Chronos Commandos #3

Chronos Commandos #3

Writer: Stuart Jennett Artist: Stuart Jennett Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: September 11, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Trapped in the past, surrounded by starving velociraptors, and liberally daubed in blood, the Sarge and his squad are in their tightest spot yet! But there's no time to linger on their slim chance of escape - they're sharing the Cretaceous with the Nazi time crew who have stolen an Allien Chronosphere. It's up to the Sarge to take it back - or die trying!

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Kevin Beckham Sep 13, 2013

    The thing that I hate most about Chronos Commandos is the fact that it only comes out once a month. Then I find myself getting very upset that it's only got two more issues left. Then I start to pace all over the room when I think about how all this awesomeness will soon be over. Then I become wide-eyed to the thought of how baller this comic book would be as a movie. I then slowly calm myself down and realize that the uber talented Stuart Jennett can return to this story anytime he wants. That makes me smile and then I dance the dance of the lonely comic fan and celebrate the sweetness that is Titan Comics. So with that, let's get some high-five in the air everyone, high fives all around. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Fortress of Solitude - Byron Hendricks Sep 14, 2013

    This is a decent issue. A concept like this could be used better though. What we are given ends up having a rather weak plot that relies on the art and colouring to pull it through to another issue. The Sarge and the Nazis are a bit clich, but Einstein is quite a cool addition to the team of heroes and is the main reason why you should own this comic " even though he only shares a few pages of it! Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Joey Caswell Sep 14, 2013

    Although issue #3 has made the story feel somewhat monotonous, that doesnt change the fact that it is still full of action and suspense. The artwork has quickly become some of my favorite in the medium, while the story retains a lot of potential. There are some strange things placed into Dawn Patrol #3, such as Peabodys hallucination in which he sees the Sarge as Crash Jordan, apparently a pulp action-hero familiar to the character. There isnt much else that describes what this single panel was really all about, but it hints at an interesting new aspect that may be covered in future issues. Read Full Review

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