Edison Rex 3 Review – Chris Roberson and Dennis Culver
Edison Rex 3 Review Short Version: Edison Rex continues to improve issue-over-issue and it has really found a nice footing now in issue 3, with Edison Rex’s latent villainous tendencies (of which he is blissfully unaware) overshadow his desire to be a hero. You just have to hope he can get over his own hubris in time to save the world.
Edison Rex 3 Writer: Chris Roberson
Edison Rex 3 Artist: Dennis Culver
Edison Rex 3 Review
Edison Rex 3 has Rex breaking into his former nemesis’ secret hideout (which is not terribly secret, being located int he mountain named for him) to retrieve a new ally in his fight to become the hero that no one else recognizes that he really should be. There’s some some thought that seems to be in Edison Rex 3 the fact that he is a villain and acts like a villain even when he wants to be a hero because, maybe, he is a villain. So, why is Edison Rex who he is and can he change it over his natural tendencies? I suspect we’ll find out as the series progresses. There is some hint that he may have once been a hero if things have turned out differently, so I hope we get to see what led him down the villainous path in the first place. Edison Rex 3 is the best issue yet in the series so far and it’s going to fun to see how things progress from here. I mean, now he *spoilers* has a super intelligent former villain to help him save the world. From what? We get that answer at the end of the comic and things are certainly looking dire.
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