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Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #3 (of 4)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

With the Wizard and his Frightful Four Hundred hot on their trails, the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are scrambling to separately unravel the mystery of the Wizard’s new arsenal – and new motivations.

But when the investigation brings the twins together again, will they be able to put their differences aside long enough to take down an enemy who wants to tear them apart forever?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    Nerd Initiative

    What can I say about this book that I haven’t said about the previous two? I’m in love with the art work. It feels like a classic style with much more detail and rich vibrant colors. The story has been so much fun and dramatic. Pietro is a blast to read. He’s cocky and hilarious. Wanda is absolutely beautiful and so powerful, to the point that she’s spending a lot of time holding back. I find myself still intrigued by what the letter from Magneto said. What would Wand think Pietro couldn’t accept? The Wizard started out as your stereotypical, mustache twirling villain, but grows into something deeper with each issue. If the trend continues, issue 4 should only continue to impress.

  • 80

    This is easily the densest issue of Scarlet Witch & Quicksilveyet, delivering pounds of wordy dialogue and lore for the larger Maximoff family. But at the same time, there is an undoubted sense of liveliness on display, from the banter in Steve Orlando’s script to Lorenzo Tammetta’s art. As this miniseries marches towards its final issue, here’s hoping it was worth the detour for Scarlet Witch readers.

  • 75


    Despite having two speedsters (briefly), Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #3 continues the series trend to drag and overburden itself with telling rather than showing. What it does show though is really great to look at and at least those visuals showcase life that does the characters and their world some justice.

  • 75

    Comic Book Revolution

    While not lacking action Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #3 is more of a exposition-reliant penultimate chapter of this series. This certainly does its job in setting the stage for the finale. Luckily, Steve Orlando and Lorenzo Tammetta are able to tap into the chemistry of the Scarlet Witch and Vision and Quicksilver and Speed pairings to handle this exposition. The Wizard side of things is not as successful due to the rush to build up the bigger things going on with his character. The rush in development for the antagonist drags Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #3 down a bit. Though this is a reflection of the quality expected from this series as while this issue is still solid overall it does not reach the heights of the first two issues.

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