Shadowman (1992-1995) #3

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Published July, 1992 (Modern Age) by Valiant Comics and went on sale in 1992 for $2.50 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $5.00 USD.

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  • The Beasts And The Children

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Valdimer
3.5

by on 2/4/2012 10:24:00 AM

A good issue, and definitely taking it a step further in aspect of story. Faye Perozich writes a great tale about Shadowman, but doesn't forget who Shadowman really is: Jack Boniface. We get to see the Jazz, we get to see New Orleans, but most importantly, we see Jack coming to terms with being Shadowman. Enter Emil Sosa, a Cartel leader and child pornographer. It hits the homestrings if you have kids, but it adds a real adult element to this issue. Great read and the art is good.

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