REVIEW: MINIATURE MAN #3
TITLE: THE EXTRAORDINARY MINIATURE MAN #3
PUBLISHER: Gallant Comic
WRITER: Barry Gregory
ILLUSTRATOR: Michael Dorman
COLORS: Barry Gregory
LETTERS: Barry Gregory
EDITOR: Barry Gregory
COVER: Steve Butler
COVER ARTIST EDITION: Michael Dorman
COVER GUEST ARTIST: Derec Donovan
SUMMARY: The Extraordinary Miniature Man chronicles the adventures of Cameron Rhodes, a former Navy Seal shrunk to six inches tall in a scientific experiment gone wrong. Trapped at that height –or so he believes– Cameron became the hero Miniature Man, using hi-tech gadgets, including an “energy sword” that can temporarily shrink people and things to his size, to battle menaces of all sizes. When a mysterious artifact lost at sea for centuries is found, an innocent researcher is transformed into the raging Nordac Giant. What price is The Extraordinary Miniature Man willing to pay to stop him?
COMMENTS: Miniature Man #3 is pages 29-41 of the upcoming Miniature Man TPB so you really need to read parts 1 and 2 first. And you can get a free digital copy of #1 here
and #2 is only 99¢ here
It’s a nice wrap-up if you have been reading the series but it is hard to follow as a stand-alone. Miniature Man has to deal with the Nordac Stone which makes him grow to normal human size. We wrap up Miniature Man’s battle with Fantomah, save Dr. Takahashi, and the Purple Claw grabs the stone. There is a lot of action in the conclusion of this tale. This is all the fun of a silver-age DC Comic, with a lot of golden-age heroes. If you are a fan of public domain comics, this is the comic for you.
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