Review: Red Agent Island of Dr. Moreau #3

Some thoughts on the latest Red Agent comic from Zenescope Entertainment

After their plan went sideways at the underground market, Red and Avril manage to sneak aboard Moreau’s cargo ship. They arrive at an uncharted Caribbean island, where they are horrified to discover a veritable army of hybrids. Hopelessly outnumbered, Red and Avril are at last brought face-to-face with their quarry: Dr. Helena Moreau, herself.

Writer: Brian Studler
Artwork: Jason Muhr

Red and Avril managed to get their way out of this predicament. It’s interesting how they do it, and the link between them and the wild animals is building in this series. I think that may have something to do with how this series ends. I especially like the bit with the orangutang.
This issue has a little action, but not a huge amount, it’s mostly questions and chasing. Red and Avril make a good team, and the way they bounce off each other was really good.
We’re at a good point for the midway point of this mini-series and I have been enjoying the read. The art is very good, especially the animals.

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