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Heroes in Crisis #3 Review

Tom King (Author) • Clay Mann & Lee Weeks (Pencils)

• Clay Mann & Tomeu Morey (Cover Artists) • Tomeu Morey (Colorist)

Ryan Sook (Variant Cover) • DC Comics (Publisher)

• Get it now (Comixology)

I'm beginning to lose my patience with this series. It's not horrible but I'm questioning the point of this series. I was willing to give the creative team the benefit of the doubt. Tom King is one of the best comic writers scripting today and the art from Clay Mann and Lee Weeks is just as good as prior entries but the events found within can best be described as the following: meh, middling, mediocre, or meandering at best.

We get to see more heroes in even more depressing situations and also get more insight into their mental states as well as the events leading to the deaths at Sanctuary. I have a theory regarding what's actually going on at sanctuary but I'll keep that to myself for now.

If you have this series on your pull list It's not a bad enough issue to drop the series but there are better comics on the shelves right now that aren't getting anywhere near the attention that Heroes is receiving.

This comic irritated the hell out of me and unless a huge reveal is coming Heroes in Crisis is quickly becoming a waste of time if you're a monthly reader. I haven't given up yet and I have hope for the series but damn this issue was a letdown.

What the hell is going on?

Rating: D

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