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WE3

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2014

    Bleh

    This was one of my favorite books that I've purchased so far. The artist did a spectacular job drawing each scene. The entire book is very suspenseful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2012

    If you want to think, great comic

    Exceptional panels within the first quarter of the book. More important, are the ethical and moral questions presented. These animals crave contact with good humans. Interaction with other types of humans is confusing and toxic as the nature of domesticated animals is to trust all humankind. WE3 wouldn't exist had they not trusted an indecent person and yet they still search for 'home'...a place with a human that loves them. After their ordeal, home would seem a phantasm, yet they persist. Ironically, the theme that I took from the reading (keep in mind I am a cynic), these animals exercised a trust in humankind that hasn't been deserved for a very long time. Please read...if you want to think.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    The best vertigo mini

    Prepare to cry be horrified and be stunned. Welcome to grants masterpiece

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2012

    Just amazing.

    "We got one!! Pray God it's the cat."

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  • Posted May 31, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    A Haunting Tale

    WE3 is shocking, thrilling, captivating, and a bit disturbing honestly. At times, it can be utterly graphic, showcasing a brutal display of carnage and mutilation. But its in these moments that the artwork truly shines. Indeed, the page layout is extremely innovative and truly works wonders, pushing the grotesque action sequences forward and creating absolutely awe-inspiring scenes. Furthermore, Morrison does a terrific job of fully realizing the animal protagonists of the story and ensures that they're as believable as possible. While this comic is clearly not for everyone (but neither is Watchmen for that matter), it's message is profound and relevant. If anything, its a terribly haunting tale that entertains and moves. Sure, the cover may seem rather... odd (I seriously hope some nice grandmother doesn't go buying it for her 8-year-old grandson), but just give it a chance. It's a great comic - the excellent duo of Morrison and Quitely should attest to this.

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    Posted April 9, 2010

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