The Fox is facing “death’s slobbering oral cavity”, purple but memorable prose from Dean Haspiel and Mark Waid, and in essence, this is the issue we’ve been waiting for when the confusion and sleights of hand The Fox has faced in his transmogrifying adventure become pointed, with a direct goal and purpose he’s willing to pursue fully. At great personal risk. The pride of place in this issue is taken by Haspiel’s double-page spread that features a cut-away of the Fox’s journeys through different tunnels, and we see multiple versions of his gymnast-like antics through them. It reminds me of 8-bit video games, great illustrated books from fairy tales and mythology, and even paintings of hellish lands like those produced by Heironymous Bosch. But there are some surprise guests toward the end of the book you’ll have to read to believe. The Fox #3 is a solid and visually powerful installment in a well-planned miniseries, ramping up the pace and significance of the storyline while giving you room to pause on the striking imagery."
--Hannah Means-Shannon, Bleeding Cool