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Old Man Logan #3 Review by Chris McCallion

The third issue of Old Man Logan, written by Brian Michael Bendis with art from Andrea Sorrentino and frequent colour collaborator Marcelo Maiolo, continues the title protagonists search for answers through the domains of Battle World. It's clear from the beginning that tensions are high between some of the Thors and the domains they are assigned to police, instigating a fight in the Domain of Apocalypse. Logan has a hard time staying out of the trouble and ends up picking another fight with the Thor, taking him into yet another domain. Here, Logan meets some more people he thought to be dead, and they don't appear to know who he is. This only furthers Logan's thirst for answers leading to him asking for the man in charge, Doom himself. However, the issue ends with the odds very much against him living long enough to reach him. This issue is a nice reminder that all the separate domains of Battle World are connected and emphasises the authoritarian rule of Doom throughout. As always, the art from Sorrentino and Maiolo is spectacular using different page layouts and colour schemes to highlight the action or portray character emotions. The art alone makes the price of admission worth it but it also comes with a great action packed story that appears to be building towards a large pay off when it comes to its conclusion.

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