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""Fight and Flight" brings Max's story full circle, revealing more about his days as a young aspiring police officer, his early successes on the force, and ultimately to the events that led to his chance meeting with Passos in Walton's Bar during Chapter 4 of Max Payne 3."
―Max Payne 3 website
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Fight and Flight is a Max Payne comic book[1], the third and final part of a three-part comic book series. This issue concludes the bridge for Max between Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne and Max Payne 3. It was released on July 13th, 2012.[2]

PlotEdit

This comic book continues where the previous comic book left off, Hoboken Blues.

CreditsEdit

  • Writers: Dan Houser and Sam Lake
  • Cover Art: Michael Del Mundo
  • Artist: Fernando Blanco
  • Colors: Matthew Wilson
  • Letterer: Clayton Cowles
  • Project Managers: A.J. Fierro and Raphael Rodriguez
  • Editors: Alex Alonso
  • Chief Creative Officer: Joe Quesada
  • Publisher: Dan Buckley


AppearancesEdit

By type 
Characters Factions Events Locations Weapons
Companies Media Services Products Miscellanea

Characters

Factions

Events

  • Walton's Bar shootout

Locations

Weapons

Media

  • Newspaper (Appears in flashback(s))

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Fight And Flight issue 3 of the Max Payne 3 comic coming next week" on the Rockstar Newswire. Retrieved 7th July, 2012.
  2. "Read "Fight and Flight": Issue #3 of the Max Payne 3 Comic" on the Rockstar Newswire. Retrieved 13th July, 2012.

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