Infinite Frontier #3
Written by Joshua Williamson
Art by Paul Pelletier, Jesus Merino, Tom Derenick and Xermanico
Inks by Norm Rapmund, Raul Fernandez, Tom Derenick and Xermanico
Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr
Letters by Tom Napolitano
The Rundown: The heroes continue to investigate the multiverse as two uncover a dark conspiracy.
Alan Scott and Obsidian are on the hunt for Jade. In order to get leads on the missing hero, the two will cut a swath through their rogues galleries to find one. Their path eventually leads them to a meeting with Shade. At the same time, the new Black Lantern Roy Harper is rocketing through space after being called by mysterious voice. When a memory from his past breaks him out of his mission, Roy finds himself stuck in space with no idea what to do next.
On Earth 22, President Superman and Thomas Wayne find themselves facing off against Magog. After an intense standoff, Val Zodd convinces Magog to allow his team to investigate the wreckage of the ship. After discovering something strange about the debris, Val realizes things are more desperate than he thought. Meanwhile, Barry finds himself in the clutches of Psycho Man who is using him and his speed for an unknown experiment. Alan and Todd uncover a conspiracy involving the missing heroes and Roy is captured.
The Story: Joshua Williamson tells a really interesting story in this issue. The conspiracy angles are really engaging to the reader and the character development keeps me interested in the progression of the story. I continue to be impressed with the twists and turns this story takes. All of the individual elements are intriguing and seeing how they all come together makes me interested in seeing what happens next.
The Art: All of the artists delivers some beautiful imagery throughout the issue. There are great character moments throughout and some visually exciting action.