Velocity #3 arrives from Top Cow on December 15, and to get you ready, the company sent Major Spoilers the entire first issue for you to read for free.

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  1. Well, hmmm. That only took twenty minutes to read. I should have slowed me … (here it comes) … velocity. ;-)

    Here are my thoughts:

    ** Carin Taylor is the hottest woman in comics. This is probably due to the particular artist so mad props there.

    But her face is absolutely gorgeous. She has a perfect body, sensual and curvy without the completely ridiculous shape given to almost every comic book female in existence. Thank all the gods they didn’t stick some DDs or larger on her and expect me to believe she can run.

    ** I laughed at the slam against The Flash. Petty? Yeah. But funny.

    ** The villain lapses into exposition five seconds after meeting the hero. Terrible way to write a story.

    ** The villain also goes into his monologue, telling the hero his evil master plan. Hasn’t he watched any old Bond movies…or The Incredibles?

    I hope the villain is actually a true evil genius, telling Carin what he wants her to think so her resulting actions will be to his design. It would be clever if he had injected Carin with the virus, told her he’s already infected the others, then let her escape so she would in fact run to her allies and infect them.

    That would be much more clever and efficient than trying to get to the other heroes. We’ll see if the writer is at least that good.

    ** I like that we got just a taste of Carin’s regular life instead of non-stop action. Her love of old movies and reasoning behind it was a nice touch that even shows she has some insight into herself, which I find appealing.

    ** Speaking of appealing, who is the artist who drew Image 7 (the cover)? That is one of the hottest pin-up covers I’ve ever seen.

    I am hooked, big time. Velocity is moving toward the top of my must-read list.

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