Hold on to your Beebos, everyone! Ray Palmer assembles the retired Legends for one last go-round after he learns Mick Rory’s Necrian children have been kidnapped by a group of mysterious Necrian assassins. But is this universe-spanning mission really what it seems?
Fortress of Solitude
Geek DadIt's a fun main story, although it relies a little too much on in-jokes to be accessible to anyone who's not caught up on the show. It's frantic and has a ton of great character moments, but it moves a little too fast.
KabooooomAll in all, Earth-Prime: Legends of Tomorrow #3 offers a spirited look at one of the most underrated superhero series around. It's humorous tone may have turned off more dour fans, but for my money no single show has captured the sheer creative weirdness of the DC Universe so well as Legends of Tomorrow and this comic is a perfect encapsulation of the show's appeal.
Women Write About Comics - WWAC
ComicBook.comAs an issue of the larger Earth-Prime miniseries, this Legends of Tomorrow-themed issue misses the mark, as the trio of stories feel largely unconnected from the larger crossover fight against Magog. But then again, that feels oddly on-brand for the Legends of Tomorrow, and the team have a surprising amount of ground to cover in what is (technically) their first canonical comic appearance.