Man-Eaters, Vol. 3

Man-Eaters, Vol. 3

Middle schooler, Maude, and several friends, have been sent to Ruminations: Malibu, a rehabilitation clinic for pantherism. Simply put, they are all suspected of turning into Big Cats when they get their periods and Ruminations promises to cure them through hormone therapy and hiking. The length of stay? 28 days.
Outside the clinic, a series of strange events causes rising tensions between the patriarchy and pro-feline forces.

Collects MAN-EATERS #9-12

Includes the inspirational and informative guide, "Pantherism: Roar like you mean it!"

Plus never-before-published extra content.

Title:Man-Eaters, Vol. 3
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534314245
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    Man-Eaters, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Donna

    Maude and her friends find themselves in a 'pantherism recovery clinic' and make an escape.I am so disappointed in this final volume. The first volume was wonderful - clever, cutting, and it seemed to...

  • The Lost Dreamer

    I'm perfectly aware that the quality of the two final issues is far lower than the rest of the series'. But I'm also perfectly aware of the reasons behind the unpassionate and saddened tone of these f...

  • Rana

    The only downside to reading these is that I make horrible faces while reading on public transportation because I am trying not to melt into giggles and snorting. Fuck the patriarchy. ...

  • Meagan Cahuasqui

    It sizzled out a bit but was still enjoyable. Just pure unashamed feminism with fun and interactive art...

  • Melissa

    I quite enjoyed this fantasy series set in a world where menstruation is effectively banned because women actually become deadly during their “time of the month”.... in this world they turn into p...

  • Christine

    This was the final volume in the graphic novel series about menstruators who turn into flesh-eating wild cats during their periods. After she had her first period, twelve-year-old Maude was sent away ...

  • Kirsten

    Overall, this series is super clever and funny, but the actual story ended up being frustratingly slight....

  • Bridgette

    Not the strongest finish for a series, but a decent conclusion. ...

  • Stephanie

    Definitely had more plot than volume 2, and kept the relentlessly feminist message, so overall a win here. Still would like the story to be more fleshed out. Still had trouble suspending disbelief, bu...

  • Sharon

    There were lots of things I enjoyed about this book, but there were also many flaws. The art was great, it had a fun sense of humor, and was very feminist. Unfortunately the pacing isn't great, and th...