And, it really is worth starting from the beginning. The series has been a lot of fun, and Issue #3 continues the high octane thrills. As always, there are plenty of explosions, fights, and death-defying feats of derring-do. Sadly absent from this issue, though, is Bryan, Sydney’s not-exactly-boyfriend who helped her get out of London in the first two installments with the loan of both a car and a plane. Ladies, any man who will loan you his car and his plane on the second date, even after being shot and wounded by enemy spies, is a man worth keeping. Bryan and Sydney’s frantic exchanges were also a great source of humor previously, making them conspicuously absent in this issue.
There is some humor and a generally fun dynamic, though, between Sonya and Dallas, the man she’s captured for a bounty and now needs to help her escape certain peril. And, truth be told, even without as much humor, there are still enough energy and thrills here to make for an entertaining read. This issue in particular has an Indiana Jones vibe to it that drives the action, as well as a few of its own unique twists.
The artwork is vivid and beautiful, again with different artists for the story’s different characters and exotic locations. All-in-all, this is a solid issue. If you’ve been keeping up with the series, Danger Girl: Trinity #3 is definitely worth a read. And, if you haven’t been keeping up with the series, start at the beginning and THEN read Danger Girl: Trinity #3.