Oblivion Song, Vol. 3

Oblivion Song, Vol. 3

In the wake of the world's SECOND transference event... everything is different now.Collects OBLIVION SONG #13-18....

Title:Oblivion Song, Vol. 3
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534313262
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    Oblivion Song, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Chad

    Kirkman begins a new story, jumping three years in time. Most of the book is setting the new status quo before the book delves into setting up the new antagonists, the Faceless Men. This book would be...

  • Jessica {Litnoob}

    Man these always open up so slow and then end with a bang. This wasnÔÇÖt as giant a delivery as last time but this still is enough to keep me coming back for more....

  • Dakota Morgan

    Oblivion Song is really starting to pick up steam in this third volume. Much less "Nathan vs. Big Bad Goverment," more "Nathan and Ed vs. Alien Faceless Men." Sure, that's a radical change from the pr...

  • Craig

    It seemed like they'd mined everything there was from this story in the first volume, but I guess there's still more story to be had. The artwork seems to be devolving as it goes, particularly peoples...

  • Cale

    Picking up several years after the first two volumes, the story is surprisingly muted. In contrast to the previous volumes' scientific exploration of the transference, this volume takes it as granted ...

  • Jakub KvÝz

    Unlike KirkmanÔÇÖs other series, Outcast, Oblivion Song is getting better with each book. Still not a fan of the art but other than that, this series is really good....

  • Jamie Connolly

    Not bad but not great. I'm really only still reading at this point cause I already started. The art isn't good and the panels are hard to follow. 3 stars....

  • Terry Mcginnis

    The idea for this story has become less novel, and this volume dragged a bit, until the end when, for me, a big reveal sparked interest for the next volume. ...

  • Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #13 | #14 | #15 | #16 | #17 | #18Total review score: 3.25...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Oblivion Song could have ended with the previous volume, to be honest. In fact, reading this one, it kind of did. We jump forward three years for the beginning of a new story arc, one that puts the Co...