The Truth Revealed: Snow Blind #3 Review
With only two issues left of this brilliant mini-series, I was anxious to find out what would happen next in Snow Blind. From BOOM! Studios, written by Ollie Masters, with art by Tyler Jenkins, Snow Blind #3 is filled with a steady amount of tension. After Trent is taken into police custody, Teddy's parents take the family to a cabin to get away for a few days, unaware that Teddy knows the truth about everything.
[WARNING: SPOILERS FOR SNOW BLIND BELOW!]
At the end of the second issue I couldn't believed what I had witnessed. Teddy, being a captivating main character since the beginning, stabbing someone, completely shocked me. However, as a reader, I knew it was time for the tension to break. Teddy had been trying to figure out the truth for quite some time, and now that he was in front of a target that had the answers, a stronger sense of determination was present.
I didn't expect Trent to survive. Upon discovering that during this new issue, I felt the tables turn. Discovering the truth is never easy, but it's a whole new level of difficult when it involves your parents. So, even though the tension was broken at the end of the second issue, we get a whole new round of it in Snow Blind #3. It's hard to know how to feel after this issue. It's sad to know that the fourth issue will be the last. I keep trying to think ahead, to figure things out, but the end of this issue doesn't really allow it. I know intense things are going to go down, and I can only hope that the end of the limited series is just as powerful as the beginning was.
To close, I just want to once again applaud Ollie Masters and Tyler Jenkins. This book is so flawless. Masters is an excellent writer, and Jenkins art blows my mind. Hopefully it won't be the last time the creative team works together. Be sure to pick up your copy of Snow Blind #3 today.
Christine Marie is a Staff Writer at Bleeding Cool, Bibliomaniac, Aspiring Poet/Novelist and Dark Side Advocate. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram @AWritersWay or on her blog writerchristinemarie.wordpress.com.