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Maxine and Buddy swim to the heart of the Life Web and come face to face with the Totems...caretakers of the Red. But before they can get answers, the Hunters Three attack. Meanwhile, Ellen and Cliff fight for their lives back home. The Hunt heats up!

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Perfect Again 0

The Good: It's not as hauntingly disturbing as the first 2 covers, but this one is still top notch. The wild splatches of red are the finishing touches on the animalistic nature of the cover. Travel Foreman's artwork works better than it did last issue. The normal scenes do a better job at being normal enough, and there's actually a pretty slow scale of transition. If you like things creepy, then check this out. It's impressive just how good Foreman is at making things so horrendously nightmaris...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Family fun on the run. 0

Review for Animal Man #3.The Story: Buddy and Maxine meet the totems who gave Buddy his powers and get attacked by two of the three Hunters, while Ellen and Cliff get chased by the third one.Thoughts: In the issue we get a bit of a retooling of Buddy's origin. The aliens were fake and were used by the Totems to give Baker his powers. I really like them from the first time we see them. They are big in stature but thanks to Foreman's art they are not natural looking, I honestly cannot properly des...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

To think- I accused Milligan of weirdness for weirdness sake... 0

Animal Man is really beginning to try my patience. I remember that I initially really liked this title, because I was glad to see a Vertigo-like title in amongst the New 52. But reading this issue reminded me of some of the things I didn't like about Vertigo too. Namely, the put-your-hero in a universe/place/dimension, whatever, where there are no rules and you can do whatever you want.  In this issue, Buddy and his daughter are in 'The Red' where like The Matrix, the bad guys can do seemingly a...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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