CHAMPIONS #3 Reviews

Bam Smack Pow: “While Zub seems to be focusing less on other dimensions and more on contemporary missions, he remains more committed to the interpersonal drama and moral dilemmas of teenage superheroes. This is a solid long term plan for this second volume.”

Caped-Joel: “Jim Zub is committed to weaving one heck of a layered tale.”

Comic Book University: “The weight of guilt is not just something you can hoist on your shoulders and walk around with. It weighs you down in your blood and that’s exactly what Miles Morales is feeling here.”

Comic Crusaders: “You know when you read someone is attached to something and immediately get super excited? I mean childlike enthusiam to the point that you’re tripping over yourself to read it? That’s how I felt about this issue of Marvel’s Champions.”

Comic Frontline: 9/10 “Jim Zub has done it again! I loved this issue” 10/10 “I’m running out of ways to say that Champions is one of best books of the year. That’s it; that’s my whole review. Just go buy it and read it and love it.”

Comics: The Gathering: 8/10 “This volume of Champions demonstrates its dedication to powerful, long-term plotting in its third issue.”

Henchman-4-Hire: “Anyway, this issue had a really classic comic book feel to it, largely because of Zub’s narration boxes. You don’t see narration boxes in comics much anymore. That was a neat touch.”

Marvel Report: 8/10 “Jim Zub’s take on Champions is shaping up to be one of the strongest Marvel comics of the year. While Champions #3’s longevity relies partially on how the current story arc ends, it’s one heck of a journey thus far.”

Multiversity Comics: “For readers who miss the days when superhero teams were made up of high strung teenage outsiders trying to figure themselves out, don’t miss “Champions.”

On Comics Ground: 9.6/10 “The artwork from Steve Cummings, Marcio Menyz, and Federico Blee continues to entertain, from the lighthearted-action of the Champions training exercise to the demented commitment within Kaldera’s eyes as she’s freed, the comic features a wide array of tone and moods, all handled very well. ”

Pop Culture Squad: 10/10 “This issue of the Champions is excellently done. Zub does a great job of advancing multiple plot lines in this issue. The fallout from the previous issue is a major focus, but there are other story threads being developed for future issues.”

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