Nemesis is murdering his way through all your favorite Millarworld characters. The Chrononauts are down, but now Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl, and Huck are in his sights. Will the Kingsman spy organization be able to stop him before he follows through on his master’s wishes to wipe every single super off the face of the Earth?
COMICONBig Game #3 is another thrill-ride of an issue with more jaw-dropping deaths, violent scrapes and death-defying escapes and out now from Image Comics.
Lyles Movie FilesBig Game #3 keeps the series’ adrenaline rush pacing and action to another level with more shootouts, explosions and a dinosaur (?). It’s delivering on all fronts and certainly worthy of best offering of the week honors.
Un Cómic MásGet ready to say goodbye to your favorite Millarworld characters, because Wesley Gibson and Nemesis are eliminating them. Shocking chapter in this epic saga
Wakizashi's ReviewsBig Game #3 is close to being a perfect comic book. The writing, pacing, characters, art and coloring are all pretty much flawless. It’s so refreshing to get caught up in such an exciting story and feel genuine stakes for the characters and their actions. I rarely hand out tens but this comic merits the highest score. If you’re not reading this series, you should be.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Millar has crafted one of the darkest parts of this series yet and I loved every action-packed, ultra-violent moment of it. The story continues to get more interesting as the winning faction of villains get more creative with their traps and means of execution. Amongst the terror Millar is creating in this issue, there is hope in the form of Hit-Girl and I love how she is being utilized in the story. The end of the issue not only created great cliffhangers for both Mindy and Dave that I can’t wait to see explored. The Art: Larraz delivers some insanely beautiful art throughout the issue. The violence is visceral and the character designs are fantastic. All of the action is visually stunning.
Comical OpinionsBIG GAME #3 keeps getting bigger as The Fraternity’s plans to eradicate all heroes continue, but all hope is not lost. Mark Millar’s super-tight plot and super-sharp wit make this comic a thoroughly entertaining read, and Pepe Larraz’s art crackles with energy.
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