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Nuclear Power #3 Heralds The Horror Of Politics Perfectly

Posted on the 14 June 2021 by Stlakata @STLakata
Nuclear Power #3 Heralds The Horror Of Politics Perfectly

Nuclear Power
#3
Writers: Desirée Proctor and Erica Harrell
Artist & Letterer: Lynne Yoshii
Ages: 18+

The creative team behind Nuclear Power unleashes the horror behind political corruption in Issue 3. Imagining what might've been, had things happened differently in our past, is a very dark reminder that such deceitfulness feels unfortunately authentic in today's world. In the face of political leaders arguing about choosing a correct path, life is taken in response to not getting what one wants. Then, a cover up.

Nuclear Power #3 is brilliant and startling at the same time, and when there is hope in those who are demonized, those potential saviors also fight amongst themselves. It's a devastating reality we all face and I only hope this fictional tale, with characters worth rooting for, will come to play in today's society. Dr. Tocci is just that: fearless, willing to admit any past failings, helps those in need regardless of who they are, and wanting to take a stand against those who don't care about how they rose to power.

The artwork continues to work beautifully with this story, and with such a frightening cover image, you'll become unhinged when you discover the truth behind its origin. There isn't any letting up with Nuclear Power #3, as dramatic storytelling lands with some intense action sequences in the closing panels that makes the reader wonder what will happen next. Yes, I need to know what happens next. No, I cannot wait for more!


Nuclear Power #3 will be available on June 16, 2021 on Hoopla and ComiXology. Plus, there are perks to pre-ordering the trade paperback. Pre-order the entire trade paperback now, and if you do so by August 1, 2021, you'll receive "exclusive signed prints of the single issue covers, as well as an Issue #1 variant cover, signed by the creative team."


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