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Beware The Planet Of The Apes #3 (of 4)

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Based on 3 critic ratings.

A NEW APE EMPIRE REVEALS ITSELF! Chimpanzee scientists Cornelius and Zira believed their city of apes was the only form of civilization on the planet. They were wrong. Has their journey to the Forbidden Zone brought war to their own borders?!

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23 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This prequel continues to successfully achieve the perfect balance between mystery, action, and science fiction in a dystopian future.

    The art is magnificent, capturing the essence of the original film, with a gloomy tone supported by super detailed art.

  • 80

    Between establishing the differences in ape societies and offering a more hallucinogenic encounter between characters, this series is finally starting to offer up something more interesting than what was seen in the previous issues, which is just in time for the series to wrap up with the next issue. The Planet of the Apes franchise is rife with potential for storytelling, which is exactly why each movie is so compelling and unique in their own right, so while they saga might not necessarily be known for its impressive action sequences, the combat in this issue does come at just the right time to deliver something more explosive and satisfying. Given the relatively droll initial issues that managed to capture the tone of the franchise yet not bring anything especially new to the table, we’re hoping that was just the calm before the incoming storm that kicked off with this issue so that Beware the Planet of the Apes can earn a more bombastic sendoff.

  • 80

    The Fandom Post

    With one more issue to go it’s pretty easy to see how things wrap up so that it gets the pieces in place for the main storylines to unfold. I’m really curious as to what Marvel intends to do with this property as there are a lot of places to go and hopefully, they’re not being forced to adhere to too many rules in order to tell stories in this world. It’s a prime space to open up to new things and expand on what we know and just run with it in interesting ways. This one taking place before the original film but touching on future elements is interesting and I’m curious to see if they do bring it to a close like I expect but hopefully with a surprise or two. It’s definitely fun to watch play out at least.

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