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Winter Guard #3 (of 4)

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Based on 4 critic ratings.

A SEAT AT THE TABLE! The White Widow and Red Guardian are ready to strike a bargain — but not with the Winter Guard. Red Guardian enlists help from a shocking source…but this is spy business, and “trust” is a mythical thing. Betrayals abound in the darkest corner of Russia as the hunt for project SNOW BLIND heats up!

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23 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    But Why Tho?

    Winter Guard #3 is another awesome part of the underrated miniseries. The adventures of one of the most compelling groups in the Marvel Universe are fantastically written. It is a lively team with incredible characters and an intriguing plotline. There is utter madness in each issue as the combat is filled with giant bears or vampires or shadow gods, but also contains real depth to the dialogue and commentary on Russia. It is so hard to predict how this series will conclude.

  • 75

    Bleeding Cool

    The previous issues were good; this one is a bit above good, so from a momentum perspective, that bodes well for what’s ahead.

  • 63

    Major Spoilers

    As tense as it is and as well as the storytelling is done, it does feel like not much happens in these pages, but it’s good to see them move Red Guardian to resemble his movie counterpart.

  • 50

    Winter Guard #3 is pretty dry as a whole. Much of the issue centers around a single, expansive conversation that takes place which provides further context to the larger story taking place. And while this does deepen the storyline in some interesting ways, I also feel like Winter Guard is getting a little bit too complex for its own good. That being said, the next issue in this series is setting up to be quite intriguing and I’m looking forward to seeing how it develops.

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