The miniseries that goes to 11 (Earth-11, that is) gets even wilder, as the mysteries of a gender-flipped universe become clearer…and more shocking! From the depths of space to Superwoman’s island fortress to the heart of the Church of Blood, Kid Quick and the rest of Teen Justice discover the threat they face is even greater than they imagined! What secret does a stranded Aquagirl learn from Green Lantern Hal Ferris? Why has Raven lost so much of his power? And what does Sister Blood have planned for Troy?
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The Comicbook DispatchMultiversity Teen Justice #3 is a fun continuation of the limited series. We get a lot more information on the universe of Earth-11, some more great character interplay between the team members, Aquagirls startling adventure on the Star Sapphire homeworld, and a doozy of a cliffhanger ending.
Dark Knight NewsMultiversity: Teen Justice #3 continues Cohen and Lore's exciting tale set on Earth-11. This parallel world is a particularly interesting reflection of the main DC Earth. I love seeing how the characters compare and contrast with the versions we're more familiar with. I didn't know what to expect from Multiversity: Teen Justice at first, but it's proving to be one of the gems in DC's current lineup.
Geek DadOverall, this is a more character-driven issue than the last few, focusing on a few key players, but it's really creating a likable team and Vecchio's art feels like it was made to draw for these characters.
Batman-NewsThe plots are really letting me down here. Not only do they do the bare minimum to explain what's going on but at its worst the writing feels like all it's doing is wasting time explaining the obvious or reminding you not to think too much about the story.
ComicBook.comA good chunk of Multiversity: Teen Justice #3 is unfortunately spent standing around and debating whether or not to take action (said action involves opening a door) and the other half is revealing the twist for this universe's Green Lantern Corps. This series is starting to feel like it would've been best served as one long graphic novel rather than get spaced out over monthly issues.