THE WORLD-SHATTERING CONCLUSION! Their friendship is fractured. The Earth is crumbling under their feet. How can the Flash and Aquaman possibly face the overwhelming threat of the Voidsong’s full power? It’s a star-bound showdown for the ages-with the entire DC Universe in the balance-as super-gods and aliens collide!
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Kelly and Lanzing bring the story to an entertaining and satisfying conclusion. While the Voidsong conclusion was not as compelling as the threat has been throughout the series, the way the characters interacted with each other made it worth the read. It would be interesting to see how these characters could come together in the future so that their unique dynamic could be explored again. The Art: Georgiev delivers some impressive visuals throughout the issue. I really enjoyed the visual style of the story and there are some great thrilling moments within the story itself.
Geek DadThe first two issues of this oversized prestige-format minseries have been promising but a little odd—a cosmic horror story set alongside an odd-couple superhero team-up that had both Flash and Aquaman being oddly caustic both to each other and to their wives. (...) This has been an odd series, but I think it brought it home in the end.
Weird Science DC ComicsAquaman / The Flash: Voidsong #3 ends the arc with big action and plenty of heart. The pacing, dialog, and plotting are all on-point, and the resolution is satisfying. However, the epilogue drags on way too long, overstepping several moments to gracefully end the story.
Lyles Movie FilesAquaman and Flash dont typically team up, which made their pairing here even more fun. This was an enjoyable three issue mini-series and well worth checking out for fans of either/or both characters.
ComicBook.comWhile I ultimately wish there had been just a little bit more of Aquaman & The Flash: Voidsong, the third issue is honestly pretty great. (...) The issue is also just lots of fun in the end with some great characterization of both Barry and Arthur, particularly in the final panels. The real winner here, however, is Vasco Georgiev's art which is not only consistent but fantastic through out. This is a solid issue to a strange, but really good series.
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