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Douglas WolkThe genius of Morrison's story is that he mostly resists the impulse to anthropomorphize his nonhuman characters. We3 is about the way animals perceive the world. We see the story's explosions of violence as fragmentary bursts of dozens of tiny, near-simultaneous panels, and the story's political conflict makes for an unnerving contrast with the lost pets' simple biological drives. Quitely draws them as realistically as he can, which makes their shiny, cartoony armor seem nightmarish. Even the conclusion—as dramatically satisfying as any in recent memory—might be a happy ending and might not, depending on whether you choose to interpret it from a human perspective or an animal one.
—The Washington Post