The Midnight Suns brave the darkest and most horrifying journey imaginable to secure aid from one of the most ancient and dangerous beings in all of existence. What terrible secret from the past is Agatha Harkness hiding? And what does the truth mean for Zoe Laveau’s future?!
Major SpoilersMidnight Suns #3 provides many good moments that make you want to know more about the character's interpersonal relationships.
ComicBook.comThis is a rare complaint from me, but Midnight Suns feels like it's moving a bit too quickly. Midnight Suns #3 does a lot of jumping around and presents new conflicts every couple of pages. While this makes for a brisk and rather enjoyable read, it feels like the story is starting to get muddled and is losing its focus. Perhaps that's to be somewhat expected in an ensemble comic like this, but it does make Midnight Suns less engaging.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsMidnight Suns #3 is a contrived, convenient, mildly convoluted, mediocre comic. The plot doesn’t feel big or impactful, random developments simply appear to give the Midnight Suns something to do, and the art lacks any mood or element of fear for a horror-ish comic.