Dial H #3

    Dial H » Dial H #3 - Come Here! I Need You! released by DC Comics on September 2012.

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    Nelson gains an unlikely ally, just as his career as a hero looks like it might be over before it’s begun!

    Meanwhile, SQUID and X.N. may be gaining a new ally of their own, one who could prove to be unstoppable.

    The origin of the latest wielder of the H dial continues here!



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    Dial H #3 0

    THE GOOD: Mateus Santolouco is an amazing artist and I'm glad that he is on a book like this. His whole style just defines the book with a tone and a feeling that is something I hope stays in the book for a long while. The backgrounds are consistent and the expressions are telling. He also draws actions scenes very well. The story is very complex and will probably require a few read through to completely grasp that whole meaning in this issue. We get to see Manteau save Nelson and introduce him ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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    ****BROAD OVERVIEW, MINOR SPOILERS****I have mixed feelings about this title. When I read the interviews about it online, I was actually excited, because it hinted at some characters returning from the Chris & Vicki run of Dial H For Hero, back in the 1980's. Now that it's here though, it's...weird. Those characters are here, and that's great, but the rest...I don't know. Maybe I just don't like the main character that much. I don't hate Nelson Jent, I just don't find him that relatable. I g...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Watson 0

    The title of this issue, and the sense of strange wonderment and oddness along with the character designs, gives it a certain Doom Patrol feel while still being quite original. The words “come here, I need you” were also featured in Grant Morrison’s Doom Patrol run in regards to another monstrous entity connected to the telephone system. In the words of the psychic La Sirena, “those words were a summoning”.The bulk of this story concerns exposition on the Dial’s history, Manteau, and the forces ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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