Review: Heroes Vengeance #3

Heroes3_Cover A_RubineThe ‘Vengeance’ storyline continues! The origin of the previous El Vengador continues as he meets a certain Father Mauricio and discovers his secret… Plus a familiar face returns – with a deadly agenda, and the Diablos gang are still causing problems…

Honestly, this is the best one yet. It manages to introduce a lot of backstory in such a small amount of pages, which is impressive.  Along with managing to show how the underground railroad concept was set up to get EVO’s out of the city. While it may not as action filled as the last two issues, the amount of backstory introduced a lot, that ties in with the show well.

Both the main cover, and the alternate cover are superbly well drawn. While they both take a different approach to the story itself, they both suit what rests inside well. The artwork inside is superb as well, featuring a few flashbacks early on, as El Vengador fights an unknown enemy. However I really wish they would have a preview of the smuggled in EVO’s and there powers. That was one of my favorite panels in the issue. Each of them has a unique power, and some have a unusual and unique appearance.

Story: Seamus Kevin Fahey, Zach Craley Art: Rubine
Story: 8.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

Titan Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review