In this issue we get to meet Lloyd Henreid for the first time and we also get to see more of Frann, Nick, Larry and Stu and what happens to them. The story follows the book very tight and it really builds the mood in a good way.
Besides the story itself we also get a Q&A with Ralph Macchio who is the editor in charge for Captain Trips in which he talk about the comic. We also get a demonstration of what happens from the moment Roberto turns in his script and the issue is finished. The issue then ends with a taste of issue #4 and if these previews are representative for the whole issue we got nothing got worry about.
As I said, Captain Trips is a success and my only concern is how on earth they are going to fit the entire (longer version) of the book in 30 issues? And even though I have total fait in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and his script I have to say it looks impossible.