November Volume III

November Volume III

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gn-mystery, , comics, 2021, 2021, graphic-novel, Sequential Art, Mystery, Fiction, Comics

Three strangers entangled by fate, coincidence, and cruelty find themselves bound together at the end of the longest night of their lives against the dark forces of...well-fate, coincidence, and cruelty. Apart, none of them will see the sunrise; together they might have a shot, in this thriller by MATT FRACTION and ELSA CHARRETIER, with colors by MATT HOLLINGSWORTH and stunning hand-crafted lettering by cartoonist KURT ANKENY.

One night. One city. Three women. NOVEMBER.

Title:November Volume III
ISBN:9781534316027
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    November Volume III Reviews

  • Dave Schaafsma

    ". . . a damp, drizzly November of my soul"--Herman MelvilleHuh, I thought this was a trilogy, but now I see there is a fourth volume in my queue scheduled for February 2021. Never mind, as I am now (...

  • Rod Brown

    Okay, I'll be upfront and say that my review of this book is tainted. I sat down to read the final volume of a trilogy, as touted on the back cover of the first volume. I re-read volume one, then char...

  • Valéria.

    Review vol. 1-3Ak človek nezostane odradený prvým volume, kde je príbeh rozdelený do troch rôznych časových úsekov a miest s tromi ženami, kde sa poriadne nič nevysvetlí, tak za odmenu dos...

  • Charlie

    Slight dip in interest in this volume but I’m expecting the whole 4-volume experience to be killer, once I’ve read it all. ...

  • Mark Schlatter

    All of the threads are coming together, and the back stories are filling out the texture. I still don't understand quite what is going on, but I'm much more forgiving of that with the huge amount of n...

  • Tony Laplume

    It’s at this point in Fraction’s impressionistic crime noir that I began to see it, perhaps, as a kind of modern Sin City. It’s also where I began to finally understand the push push of the narr...

  • Jason

    The limited neo-noir series from Matt Fraction, Elsa Charretier, and Matt Hollingsworth continues a-pace....

  • Jonathan Roberts

    Better than the other two but still kinda a mess. I hope the fourth volume gives us closure ...

  • John Funderburg

    3.5 stars. I've really grown to like Charretier's art, but the book continues to be middle of the road for me. This one begins to pick things up a bit....

  • Steve Portigal

    More progression in the story in this penultimate volume. ...