Die #3

Die #3

“FANTASY HEARTBREAKER,” Part Three One of the saddest comics in Kieron’s career. One of Stephanie’s prettiest. Clayton’s lettering, of course, remains impeccable....

Title:Die #3
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Die #3 Reviews

  • Yaiza

    "I can see the pieces. I see them better now than when I was a child." ¿Sabéis cuando en un blog de cocina el autor os mete una turra brutal antes de la receta, contando que esa comida la preparaba...

  • Scott Mills

    Saga fans over here! This is the best book image is currently publishing. Damn it even had Tolkien in it!...

  • Quintin Zimmermann

    Upon the field a dragon strode.Fire and sorrow he bestowed.Much improved our tale of woe.Fortunes turn to the morrow?...

  • Samhain

    In Ash's words: "I can see the pieces. I see them better now than when I was a kid [...] That's all this is, but it's like knowing a dragon's just made of flesh and bone like everything else...". Know...

  • Matt Vella

    This was the issue where everything clicked for me. I was already onboard with issues 1 and 2, but this has stayed with me since I finished it mid-afternoon into writing the review at night. Gillen's ...

  • Roy

    Some great world building and characterisation here. Im loving the artwork more and more the deeper i go into this series....

  • Stacy

    The episodic nature of this was not expected. And whoa, do I love it! I do. So much.This issue is rough and dark and lovely. I enjoyed the way war and Tolkien came about. I often see Tolkien as an ins...

  • David(LA,CA)

    I still dread the future. But even as sad as this issue was, it was a bright spot. We get some nice subtle (and very interesting) world building. We see that the Grandmaster, as evil as he is now, sti...

  • Liesl

    "Die" is possibly one of the most emotionally devastating graphic novels I've read, and this issue most of all. I suppose I should have seen a riff on WW1 and Tolkien coming, given the whole "lost inn...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I absolutely adore the steady buildup that this series has been doing. Each issue makes the world feel more real, and in this instance, that’s actually pretty terrifying. This is not a world I woul...