RICH REVIEWS: G-Man Comics 3in1 #2
By Richard Vassure
Title: G-Man Comics 3in1 #2
Publisher: G-Man Comics
Writers: Rik Offenberger, Eric N. Bennett, Jim Burrows
Artist: Gilbert Monsanto
Letters: Eric N. Bennett
Covers: Gilbert Monsanto, Alan Faria, Steven Butler with Colors by Gilbert Monsanto, Eric Coile Inked by Bill Black with Colors by Alan Faria, Justin Luis Vargas, Steven Butler
Price: $ 10.00 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Cat Fight” Lynx is the name given to two superheroes that work together. These two work well as a team and they love what they do. Skill and claws make this duo a crime-fighting team that criminals better beware of.
The art is done fairly plain well except for the last page which is a pin-up of Lynx expressing their love for each other. This page is beautifully drawn. The story works well for this tough team as we see them in action. We get to learn a little about who they are too. The character development is kept short as the story is short.
“The Price of Liberty Part 2” American Eagle does act to save lives. We see he is a hero yet two villains seem to remind him that maybe he is not perfect. Something happens in his past that troubles him. Your first look at the American Eagle suggests he is a pure superhero and the ultimate of good.
“The Demon Priest” Well you get exactly what the title says a demon that is a priest. Not a lot is explained here about this priest and his teenage female sidekick. This story does not get into the characters a lot it is mainly an introduction. The art has the priest character looking stiff even in fights. This is a promising start for the characters.