|Dissent is in the ranks as Dan Neale tries to
impose his authority
over the team. The team gets frustrated and each wanders away. Flex
up in an altercation with a super-strong guy named Truc and gets
Flex loses her confidence and wants to go live with her mother in
White Crane talks Flex into taking Karate lessons to learn self defense
and regain her self-esteem. Flex approaches Truc again to resolve their
dispute. Truc has no use for any reconciliation and starts the fight
again. Flex levels Truc in the rematch. The Good Guys show up to defeat
Truc's friends that have by this time pulled out their guns.
This issue has completely reversed and purged all
the problems from
the previous couple of issues. A new story deirection and D.G.
script makes the difference. The art is strong throughout this
This comic features a page of respect honoring the
passing of Jack Kirby.
The page reads:
Thanks for taking us all far,
far beyond the imaginary limits.
Notable Quotes: From the letters page,
posting comments about Good
Guys #3, Olav Beemer has an interesting speculation. He says,
Chasm opened the box, Zack immediately thought the mentally ill would
into monsters, which was just what happened an instant later. Somehow I
feel this box is merely a battery and Zack is the one who controls the
power inside, only he doesn't know it yet." This is an interesting
because that would make the series much more like Harbinger than anyone