Conspiracy: Denver Airport #3

Writer: Hans Rodionoff Artist: JG Miranda Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: February 20, 2019 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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There are many stories surrounding the Denver Airport. Is it hiding a secret underground base? Does the creepy Mustang statue ward off demons? What secrets does it hold from the outside world? Find out the truth behind this mysterious airport in this issue!

  • 8.0
    Sirens of Sequentials - Jenn Marshall Mar 1, 2019

    Overall, Conspiracy Denver Airport was a fun read. The previous issues cover topics like the Illuminati and Doppelgangers. Future issues will explore social media and lizard people. I cannot wait to see what they do with the other conspiracy theories in the series. It is a single-issue comic, so if you are expecting a detailed description of the conspiracy you will be disappointed. They are fun stories that take place in the conspiracy, not an analysis. For me, this made the comic even better because it was about the story and characters, not someone trying to prove these theories are real. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Major Spoilers - Stacy Baugher Feb 19, 2019

    CONSPIRACY #3 makes for great mind candy, and gives you a feeling that maybe these aren't just theories after all. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Crusaders - Gwen Dylan Stacy Feb 22, 2019

    As one would assume, it's quite dangerous to go traipsing about in the darkness of mystery with little to no idea as to what is really happening. I won't mention much but I will say that there were a few panels that managed to coax a shocked little gasp from me when I was reading this issue. In my opinion, there is a enough wonderfully written tension to warrant delving further into any upcoming issues. There's enough trauma to perhaps sway someone from one side of something the other. Couple that with the fact that one of things that occurs is such a high-profile event that outsiders from the family itself might get involved and the tension built there gnaws on you enough to check out this 3.5 out of 5 little Zenescope gem. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Feb 20, 2019

    While the visuals of this issue are enjoyable, you have to question if the stories within the series are leading to any thorough conclusion by which to base a promising foundation for the namesake of Conspiracy. With every book so far we have the underlying theme of the Illuminati, and yet the narratives are derivative when compared to stronger series within the publisher's lineup of titles. There are no compelling characters who endear the reader to the subject matter, and worse yet, when compared to the premier issue the ones following make the audience wonder if anyone within these stories truly care what is happening " and if they don't " then how can we? Read Full Review

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