The conflict is beginning to heat up, as each side has sent an infiltration unit into enemy territory.  The Blue seems to be working on a plan that will de-power the heroes, while the Iron is launching its own private investigation into who killed mediator Miriam Sharpe.  I’m really liking this series so far.  The plot is very tight, with little room for extravagance as it shifts quickly back and forth between the two territories in the Warzone domain.  Also, the tension is palpable, with both sides finding themselves in sticky situations.  Yu’s artwork is somewhat sparse, but it helps set a very bleak tone for the series.  I still haven’t quite figured out where the plot is going with this one, but I honestly can’t wait for the next issue to be released so I can come that much closer to finding out.

The Verdict for Civil War #3:
4/5 – I can dig it.

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Stay nerdy, my friends.

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X-Men ’92 #3 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
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