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Sinister Sons #3 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

As Sinson and Lor-Zod beat the ever-loving snot out of each other on the streets of the planet Xela, a mysterious specter from the past lurks just around the periphery.

The Sinister Sons now literally find themselves trapped in the belly of a Space Whale with no means of escape.

To their horror they discover they are not alone in the muck and goop!


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23 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    Geek Dad

    The third issue of this series is an offbeat bottle episode of sorts, as Lor-Zod and SinSon find themselves trapped inside the belly of a giant space-whale with an unexpected companion – Major Tom, a slightly demented spaceman who has been trapped inside the whale for years and has built himself a bizarre ecosystem there. As Sinson schemes and Lor-Zod alienates their new potential ally, the trio all finds themselves struggling to survive during the whale’s feeding time. Visually, this is the best issue of the series, with an intense and bizarre landscape. This new character is interesting, although probably not too long for the world, and Sinson is becoming an intriguing and somewhat likable character. The same can’t really be said for the son of Zod, who is just as officious as he was in the first issue. But leaning into strange, fun sci-fi stuff is definitely the right move for this book.

  • 80

    Tomasi and Georgiev give readers, in my opinion, the best issue of the series focusing on the sons of General Zod and Sinestro to date with this one. Thanks to the inclusion of Major Tom, Sinson and Lor Zod are given quite a lot to work with here, as their adventures ramp up from issues one and two. Tomasi is clearly having a lot of fun with these dark reflections of Damian Wayne and Jonathan Kent and that fun is infectious. The cliffhanger alone easily sells the price of admission for the upcoming fourth issue and I’m looking forward to seeing what other tricks the new super villain-centric series has in store.

  • 80

    First Comics News

    No review.

  • 60


    Despite looking great, Sinister Sons can’t really get on the same page long enough to make this core friendship a thing.

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