Lobster Johnson: Metal Monsters Of Midtown Issue 3 Review With Spoilers

Warning Of Spoilers!

   The "To Be Continued!" cliffhanger ending of this series was foreshadowed it could have been done slightly better. In other words some additional foreshadowing could have been put in the second issue. However, the rest of this issue is a masterpiece in both sequential art and pulp storytelling methods. The former methods are shown in elements like the use of shadows and small movements having incredible kinectic energy to them. While the pulp methods are shown by the natural feel of transitions and Lester Dent's idea of "things keep getting worse for the heroes." In conclusion this is a very recommended comic.

  Very Recommended status!

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