Black Hammer, Vol. 3
The Eisner Award-winning superhero saga returns with this two-part mystery with lots of revelations!Picking up immediately where we left off--Lucy Weber has become the new Black Hammer and right as she's about to reveal to our heroes how they got stuck on the farm and can escape she vanishes. Now our new Black Hammer finds herself trapped in a gritty world filled with punk rock detectives, emo gods, anthropomorphic humans, absurdist heroes, and many more weirdos, in mad world in which there is no escape!Collects: Black Hammer: Age of Doom 1-5

Black Hammer, Vol. 3 Details

TitleBlack Hammer, Vol. 3
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 15th, 2019
PublisherDark Horse Books
ISBN-139781506703893
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction, Graphic Novels Comics, Fiction

Black Hammer, Vol. 3 Review

  • Dan Schwent
    January 1, 1970
    Lucy Weber finally discovers the truth about the Farm and her father's death...The big payoff is finally here, the truth behind the Farm, the truth behind where Spiral City's greatest heroes wound up after the battle with the Anti-God, and it's a whopper! I don't want to spoil too much but the revelation is well worth it. The new Black Hammer proves she's worth of her father's name and hammer.I love how Jeff Lemire has woven together elements of silver age super heroes and DC's science fiction a Lucy Weber finally discovers the truth about the Farm and her father's death...The big payoff is finally here, the truth behind the Farm, the truth behind where Spiral City's greatest heroes wound up after the battle with the Anti-God, and it's a whopper! I don't want to spoil too much but the revelation is well worth it. The new Black Hammer proves she's worth of her father's name and hammer.I love how Jeff Lemire has woven together elements of silver age super heroes and DC's science fiction and horror titles into a long Twilight Zone episode. I did not expect to see the character analogues Lemire threw my way. Lemire's writing is great and the rest of the creative team more than holds up their end of things. Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart knock the art out of the park and Todd Klein's lettering is as masterful as always.Barbalien, Golden Gail, and Abraham Slam reacted like I thought they would to the revelation of what was going on. Now the way for the next installment begins. 4 out of 5 stars.
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  • Chad
    January 1, 1970
    We finally get answers behind what's up with the farm, but not before Lucy takes a tour of Vertigo. She visits analogues of John Constantine, the House of Mystery, and The Dreaming. There's even a Sweet Tooth easter egg. I like where Lemire's headed. This actually feels like a Vertigo book that's published by Dark Horse. Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart knock the art out of the park. Even a brain injury can't keep Ormston down.
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  • David Schaafsma
    January 1, 1970
    Well, I just read this and am not sure what I think of it. Is it brilliant or just crazy? I’ll need to read it again. A story of aging superheroes stuck on a farm, a meditation on loss, and aging, a slow burn, suddenly speeds up, takes a sharp left turn and goes crazy with revelations. The 2017 Eisner award winner for Best Continuing series features Jeff Lemire at the top of his game, with many recent successful accomplishments and his place—at such a young age—in the history of comics secured ( Well, I just read this and am not sure what I think of it. Is it brilliant or just crazy? I’ll need to read it again. A story of aging superheroes stuck on a farm, a meditation on loss, and aging, a slow burn, suddenly speeds up, takes a sharp left turn and goes crazy with revelations. The 2017 Eisner award winner for Best Continuing series features Jeff Lemire at the top of his game, with many recent successful accomplishments and his place—at such a young age—in the history of comics secured (Essex County chief among his works, I think). He is joined by probably the most celebrated-of-all-time colorist (Dave Stewart) and letterer (Todd Klein) and a pretty fine illustrator at the top of his game, Dean Ormston (The Sandman: The Kindly Ones, Lucifer), and the appearance of it is terrific. Do we trust them in this sudden wild new direction? One way I think about this is that Lemire likes superhero comics, he likes horror/pulp comics, he likes sci fi comics,, he likes most of all character-driven stories with some depth and ache in them, and so in this volume of the series he mashes all of his interests together. I’ll try to explain without giving everything away. So Lucy Weber, the new Black Hammer, is about to reveal what she knows about the Farm when she is spirited away from rural Ontario with a gang of silver-age sci fi superhero types, to a kind of crazy para-zone, a kind of nightmare, to Hell. Here we meet all sorts of pulpy horror characters from the non-sci fi/superhero side of comics. In doing so, this volume expands the meta- and historical dimensions of comics they are exploring to other areas, so many I can’t even recognize them. I see something like The House of Mystery, the Dreaming, and sure enough, there’s Lemire’s own Sweet Tooth. It’s like we are Dorothy falling down to Oz, passing images of comics history in the dream along the way. It’s like Alan Moore or Neil Gaiman making obscure references to comics in every panel. Ormston not only gets to reference the history of comics in his work here, but also things from the history of art, from among other things, surrealism.When Lucy (I mean The Black Hammer, ahem!) returns to the Farm, we learn the surprising truth about it, the truth about where Spiral City's heroes ended up after the battle with the Anti-God. I really don’t like plot devices like memory erasing or dream sequences that reveal we never knew what was truly going on, but one of these happens as part of the reveal. Anyway, he new Black Hammer ascends to her rightful place as successor to her father, and this at least looks promising. I am at this moment going to lean in the direction of liking this a lot and hoping to like it even more when someone smarter than me tells me more what it is about. Or maybe the team will make it clearer in the next issues. I bet they will try.
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  • Paul E. Morph
    January 1, 1970
    Another great volume of Black Hammer and this one holds all the answers, folks!Or... does it?I'm not sure I'm buying all these 'revelations', Mr. Lemire... but colour me intrigued...
  • Ivan
    January 1, 1970
    Another great volume but notch below 5 stars and spearhead bellow brilliant Doctor Star and Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows (standalone set in same universe).
  • Pablo
    January 1, 1970
    El principal problema de este volumen es que por fin nos responde dónde y por qué están los protagonistas donde están; o más bien, la respuesta es bastante...pillada por los pelos. Que todo se deba a que nuestros héroes no pueden regresar a la tierra porque eso supondría también el regreso del Antidios, debido a no sé qué equilibrio cosmico...Jo, me parece un poco simple. Oye, quizá esta información se amplía en próximas entregas y resulta más convincente...Hay gente que se queja del tour que Lu El principal problema de este volumen es que por fin nos responde dónde y por qué están los protagonistas donde están; o más bien, la respuesta es bastante...pillada por los pelos. Que todo se deba a que nuestros héroes no pueden regresar a la tierra porque eso supondría también el regreso del Antidios, debido a no sé qué equilibrio cosmico...Jo, me parece un poco simple. Oye, quizá esta información se amplía en próximas entregas y resulta más convincente...Hay gente que se queja del tour que Lucy se ve obligada a realizar en una especie de homenaje al Sueño de Neil Gaiman, como algo innecesario que sólo alarga la historia. A mi esto no me ha molestado especialmente, pero creo que las reinterpretaciones-homenaje a los Eternos han sido bastante flojitas.¿Y qué hay de bueno entonces en este tomo? Como siempre el dibujo y las relaciones interpersonales de los habitantes de la granja y alrededores.
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  • Artemy
    January 1, 1970
    Just as I thought I was starting to get into Black Hammer after volume 2, Lemire pulled an absolute clunker of a book. This volume is full of pointless references and “homages” (more like straight rip-offs) to better comics yet again, and the original story surrounding these knock-off characters is told entirely through stalling, playing the pronoun game, channeling every cheesy storytelling cliche in existence and oh so much exposition dumping. Black Hammer is the Stranger Things of comic books Just as I thought I was starting to get into Black Hammer after volume 2, Lemire pulled an absolute clunker of a book. This volume is full of pointless references and “homages” (more like straight rip-offs) to better comics yet again, and the original story surrounding these knock-off characters is told entirely through stalling, playing the pronoun game, channeling every cheesy storytelling cliche in existence and oh so much exposition dumping. Black Hammer is the Stranger Things of comic books — a series built entirely on success of other, better things (classic superhero comics in this case) without even a hint of originality, charm or smart writing, and yet it’s somehow crazy popular, because in our day it seems that referencing pop culture is all you have to do to win over the general public. Fuck that. Lemire could and should do so much better than this soulless garbage, and this being one of his most popular books is an absolute disgrace when you consider that the guy wrote actual masterpieces like Essex County and Roughneck. Shame on you, Jeff.
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  • Roy
    January 1, 1970
    Another amazing story!! This is currently my favourite run alongside Deadly Class. Such great characters and we finally have some answers.
  • Lata
    January 1, 1970
    This series continues to entertain me. And if all it was was a meditation on aging and loss, that would be fine. But Jeff Lemire just sent us in a new direction. The new Black Hammer (Lucy Weber) returns to the farm to reveal where the former superheroes really are, when she’s spirited abruptly to a new weird place. Being used to digging for answers, Lucy does just that, and ends up bopping around a bunch of other weird places, including a hallway with multiple doors, opening onto different plac This series continues to entertain me. And if all it was was a meditation on aging and loss, that would be fine. But Jeff Lemire just sent us in a new direction. The new Black Hammer (Lucy Weber) returns to the farm to reveal where the former superheroes really are, when she’s spirited abruptly to a new weird place. Being used to digging for answers, Lucy does just that, and ends up bopping around a bunch of other weird places, including a hallway with multiple doors, opening onto different places/times/realities, including Lemire’s Sweet Tooth dystopia.The gang at the farm, meanwhile, thanks to Gail’s determination, end up together at Dragonfly’s cabin, where Lucy’s also ended up. And wham-o, the revelations start flying; we’re suddenly in the parazone, with some big truths hitting our gang, and big choices ahead of them.I admit, I was a wee bit shocked at how quickly Lemire shook us out of the slow pace of the gang’s farm life. I liked how he threw revelations at us, and how this opens up the story to go in who knows what directions. I’m hanging on to find out.
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    And the truth shall set you free! As Lucy attempts to uncover the truth behind Black Hammer Farm and the heroes imprisonment, she finds herself on a trip through time and space and all the dimensions in between. But the end of her journey is in sight, and once she discovers the secrets that the heroes have been keeping from each other, nothing will be the same again.Black Hammer's third arc begins a new direction for the title, as we rename and finally begin to move towards something of a resolu And the truth shall set you free! As Lucy attempts to uncover the truth behind Black Hammer Farm and the heroes imprisonment, she finds herself on a trip through time and space and all the dimensions in between. But the end of her journey is in sight, and once she discovers the secrets that the heroes have been keeping from each other, nothing will be the same again.Black Hammer's third arc begins a new direction for the title, as we rename and finally begin to move towards something of a resolution. With new interpretations of classic concepts like the Dreaming and characters like John Constantine, Jeff Lemire continues to craft the universe of Black Hammer with each and every page. You only have to look at the breadth of tie-in material that he's produced to realise just how well-thought-out all of this is, and his stories interlock to create an even richer tapestry at the end of it all. The final reveals are both unexpected and eerily familiar, but the emotional resonance is undeniable after all the time we've spent with these characters so far while Dean Ormston's Silver/Modern Age straddling artwork remains the perfect fit for Black Hammer.Black Hammer is an instant classic, even twelve issues (and countless tie-in series) later. Get on board, while you still can.
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  • Tiago
    January 1, 1970
    What a trippy, mind-bending twist, we finally have an answer to what the hell was going on in the Black Hammer universe, and I bet none of you saw it coming.
  • Ignacio
    January 1, 1970
    En determinadas historias que se nutren de los estereotipos, encontrar el equilibrio entre la rima, la repetición y el homenaje resulta tan complicado como trabajar la nostalgia sin caer en la naftalina, lo tramposo... Por momentos Lemire ofrece páginas lamentables en este sentido, llevando a un personaje a conocer un supuesto infierno o unos remedos de los Eternos de Sandman sin venir a cuento ni aportar no solo nada a la historia. Su universo ni gana profundidad ni riqueza. Esa gratuidad apena En determinadas historias que se nutren de los estereotipos, encontrar el equilibrio entre la rima, la repetición y el homenaje resulta tan complicado como trabajar la nostalgia sin caer en la naftalina, lo tramposo... Por momentos Lemire ofrece páginas lamentables en este sentido, llevando a un personaje a conocer un supuesto infierno o unos remedos de los Eternos de Sandman sin venir a cuento ni aportar no solo nada a la historia. Su universo ni gana profundidad ni riqueza. Esa gratuidad apenas medio sirve para acompasar dos hilos: el de los superhéroes atrapados en la granja y el del personaje que ha llegado para sacarles. Que evolucionan con la parsimonia habitual. Suena duro pagar 4 pavos por un tebeo como dos o tres de los que aquí recogidos. Después pienso en los 16 que he pagado por el tomo y... Al menos Ormston sigue haciendo una labor de primera.
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  • Benji Glaab
    January 1, 1970
    4.5🌟 rounded downWell that was one hell of a whacked out final issue in this volume. To speak anything of the plot would be dropping major spoilers to any would be readers. In other words this story has been flipped inside out... and I love it.This began with a mini arc with Lucy Weber going on an oddysy that reminded me very much of Neil Gaimans Sandman masterpiece. We get a feel for different realms even the art work looked like it was paying homage to Sandman. Even Gus from sweet tooth makes 4.5🌟 rounded downWell that was one hell of a whacked out final issue in this volume. To speak anything of the plot would be dropping major spoilers to any would be readers. In other words this story has been flipped inside out... and I love it.This began with a mini arc with Lucy Weber going on an oddysy that reminded me very much of Neil Gaimans Sandman masterpiece. We get a feel for different realms even the art work looked like it was paying homage to Sandman. Even Gus from sweet tooth makes an appearance, which was enjoyable. This started out as a descent arc, than in usual Lemireian fashion the bombshell is dropped and now the reader has no F'ing clue what is going down with this series. Which leaves me craving more and more story.
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  • Jessica (HighFantasyFanatic)
    January 1, 1970
    A+ volume, the wait for the next one is going to be so long...
  • Gray
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliant, emotionally moving, meta, as well as funny, Age of Doom part one is comic-book storytelling of the highest order. Lemire's writing coupled with Ormston's art continues to be a match made in hell heaven. Love the nods to other comic book characters and universes. And Golden Gail is still my favourite character.(I read this as individual issues because January 19th is a long time to wait for the trade paperback.)
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  • Gabriell Anderson
    January 1, 1970
    Další díl parodie psané s láskou.Přijde mi, že se tu mluvilo o něco víc než v minulých dílech (možná už si je jenom pořádně nepamatuju), ale rozhodně to není na škodu. Zase se tu hodně paroduje a přibudou další ze známých postav. A hlavně, konečně se tu začaly objevovat odpovědi. Konečně tak zjistíte pravdu o farmě a co se stalo po oné památné bitvě. A přibudou nějaké nové otázky. A já už nedočkavě vyhlížím další book.Mohlo by se vám líbit, pokud:- se vám líbily předchozí díly a vy jste už zoufa Další díl parodie psané s láskou.Přijde mi, že se tu mluvilo o něco víc než v minulých dílech (možná už si je jenom pořádně nepamatuju), ale rozhodně to není na škodu. Zase se tu hodně paroduje a přibudou další ze známých postav. A hlavně, konečně se tu začaly objevovat odpovědi. Konečně tak zjistíte pravdu o farmě a co se stalo po oné památné bitvě. A přibudou nějaké nové otázky. A já už nedočkavě vyhlížím další book.Mohlo by se vám líbit, pokud:- se vám líbily předchozí díly a vy jste už zoufale toužili po nějakých těch odpovědíchSpíš vás zklame, pokud:- nesnášíte parodie, bez výjimky
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  • Chris Greensmith
    January 1, 1970
    "Ten years...ten years ago today since they saved Spiral City and disappeared. To most, they dont seem real anymore. like urban legends...ghost stories. But they were real. I know because I was there. I was only ten, but I remember the terror...the fear." this comic is fantastic! the truth is finally revealed and doesn't disappoint. The characters, the art the stories, the twists, turns every is on point and it just gets better and better. It has been a while since I have read a comic and read "Ten years...ten years ago today since they saved Spiral City and disappeared. To most, they dont seem real anymore. like urban legends...ghost stories. But they were real. I know because I was there. I was only ten, but I remember the terror...the fear." this comic is fantastic! the truth is finally revealed and doesn't disappoint. The characters, the art the stories, the twists, turns every is on point and it just gets better and better. It has been a while since I have read a comic and read for this long and not gotten bored. It is so familiar but so different, the writing is so clever and I get the feeling that it has all been planned to lead to this point. Superb...5 🌟
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  • Craig
    January 1, 1970
    Whoa! Finally, finally, this gets good. I've been wondering what people were seeing in this comic, which seemed to be largely spinning its wheels up to this point. But this volume really blows things wide open and for once, I'm actually excited to see where the story is going to go next.
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  • Bárbara
    January 1, 1970
    Love the fact that Lemire didn't drag the secret for too long.
  • Cyndi
    January 1, 1970
    OMGs!!! Truths told. Betrayals abound! Where the holy hell does this next barrier lead?!?!?
  • Javier Muñoz
    January 1, 1970
    Este tomo que marca un punto de inflexión en la serie para mí ha sido una pequeña decepción, una serie que me estaba pareciendo genial, de lo mejor que se publicó en los dos últimos años, termina convirtiéndose en un amasijo de referencias que envuelven una historia que tenía buena pinta pero en realidad no es nada especial.y es que con este tomo se nos dan las explicaciones que buscábamos en los anteriores, se nos explica la razón por la que los personajes están encerrados en ese pequeño pueblo Este tomo que marca un punto de inflexión en la serie para mí ha sido una pequeña decepción, una serie que me estaba pareciendo genial, de lo mejor que se publicó en los dos últimos años, termina convirtiéndose en un amasijo de referencias que envuelven una historia que tenía buena pinta pero en realidad no es nada especial.y es que con este tomo se nos dan las explicaciones que buscábamos en los anteriores, se nos explica la razón por la que los personajes están encerrados en ese pequeño pueblo, y estas explicaciones no pueden ser más peregrinas e intrascendentes, una mera excusa poco creíble para poner a los personajes en el escenario inicial... quizás la saturación de trabajo de Lemire, que debido al éxito de esta serie se ha sumergido en una vorágine de spin-offs, haya provocado que estas explicaciones, parte fundamental de la historia que se cuenta en la saga principal, queden finalmente diluidas y despachadas por al vía rápida. El caso es que el efecto es muy decepcionante, un momento que debería haber sido de gran epicidad y trascendencia queda finalmente como un número de trámite que había que sacar a tiempo.La sensación que queda además, es que en este tomo se ha alargado la historia innecesariamente, entiendo que quizás Lemire ha querido introducir elementos que pueden (o no) tener importancia en tramas futuras antes de desvelar el misterio principal de la serie, pero al menos mi percepción es que Lemire ha estirado el chicle para desvelarlo todo al final del volumen, dejando el correspondiente cliffhanger, y mientras tanto se ha limitado a seguir con el festival de homenajes y guiños a personajes de otras editoriales, convirtiendo gran parte del tomo en un juego del quién es quién que no es realmente lo que me divierte de esta serie.En todo caso queda sitio para la esperanza, el dibujo de Dean Ormston me sigue gustando mucho, en especial su forma de representar escenas tétricas o cósmicas, consigue unas atmósferas geniales y su estilo narrativo es muy acertado, creo que es muy complicado mantener un estilo tan marcado en situaciones tan variadas como las que se dan en este tomo. El cómic en general sigue siendo entretenido y los personajes atractivos, pero esta serie necesita que Lemire se centre en ella, o al menos que cuando trabaje en ella lo haga a conciencia y saque los números estrictamente necesarios, si sigue permitiendo que las exigencias editoriales le marquen la agenda, esta serie irá cuesta abajo muy rápidamente.
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  • Zedsdead
    January 1, 1970
    Finally, some answers! Plot points:(view spoiler)[--Lucy/Black Hammer appears, announces that she knows what the farm is and how to get free, then disappears mid-sentence.--Lucy finds herself trapped in Hell, with a remarkably wimpy Devil.--Everyone's romantic prospects take a (suspicious) turn for the better; Abe and Barbie both get laid.--And finally, the secret revealed: (view spoiler)[There is no farm. Abe, Gail, and Barbalien are in stasis pods aboard Colonel Weird's ship in the parazone. T Finally, some answers! Plot points:(view spoiler)[--Lucy/Black Hammer appears, announces that she knows what the farm is and how to get free, then disappears mid-sentence.--Lucy finds herself trapped in Hell, with a remarkably wimpy Devil.--Everyone's romantic prospects take a (suspicious) turn for the better; Abe and Barbie both get laid.--And finally, the secret revealed: (view spoiler)[There is no farm. Abe, Gail, and Barbalien are in stasis pods aboard Colonel Weird's ship in the parazone. The farm was a shared reality created by Madame Dragonfly to make her friends happy while in stasis. --Black Hammer was killed by the parazone when he woke up and left the ship. --They are stuck in the parazone because if they leave it, Antigod will return and destroy reality.--Gail and Colonel Weird guide the ship out of the parazone anyway, her because she hates being 9yo more than she likes reality not being destroyed, and him because he's insane. (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)]The resolution to the series' central mystery is reasonably satisfying, but just about everything else in this volume irritated me.I HATE "the balance between good and evil must be maintained" reasoning. It was lame in Dragonlance, it was lame in Star Wars, and it's lame here.Seriously, this is both "Black Hammer v3" and "Black Hammer: Age of Doom v1"? Having multiple overlapping series numberings is both stupid and dumb. What is the purpose of this? Does it benefit marketing somehow?I don't understand why the quality of Lemire's writing drops off so steeply when he gets away from heartfelt stories about normal people in rural Canada. Jeff, PLEASE stop making all your characters stutter. You just can't sell it.
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  • Terry Mcginnis
    January 1, 1970
    This title has reached 5-star status! In what started as just a mild curiosity became my favorite book on the market by volume 3. I've become so invested in the characters that I was sincerely upset by the series' twist as this volume wrapped up. If you're reading this review, then the assumption is that you are familiar with the events thus far. Lucy finally returns to the gang just in time for the big reveal as Madame Dragonfly and Colonel Weird do their best to explain what has happened. Ever This title has reached 5-star status! In what started as just a mild curiosity became my favorite book on the market by volume 3. I've become so invested in the characters that I was sincerely upset by the series' twist as this volume wrapped up. If you're reading this review, then the assumption is that you are familiar with the events thus far. Lucy finally returns to the gang just in time for the big reveal as Madame Dragonfly and Colonel Weird do their best to explain what has happened. Every panel is filled with emotion: bad news following bad news, then..........cliffhanger! Can someone send me an advance copy of volume 4? VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
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  • Maksym Karpovets
    January 1, 1970
    Трохи слабша частина за попередні, але однаково все чудово як з розвитком характерів, так і розвитком історії. Хочеться трохи більше динаміки, адже під кінець цієї арки починаєш куняти носом, проте Лемір уміє пробуджувати несподіваними поворотами, деталями. Подорож доньки Чорного Молота видалась доволі непоганою, хоча й нічого оригінального в цьому нема. Проте вона була необхідна для розкриття основної інтриги.
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  • Renee
    January 1, 1970
    So weird and awesome, great classic artwork, another hit.
  • Sarah Sammis
    January 1, 1970
    Family Utopia Cornfield 33FFFF - albeit highly metaphorical for all three
  • Brian
    January 1, 1970
    So consistently solid. What a cliffhanger.
  • Jakub Kvíz
    January 1, 1970
    Trochu pomalejsi rozjezd, ale od tretiho sesitu to nabira grady. Atmosfera houstne a tajemstvi farmy se pomalu odhaluje...Sem zvedav, kam tohle vygraduje :)
  • Matt
    January 1, 1970
    Read the singles during publication and went back to read the collection. Some parts kinda felt weak (matrix kinda twist with the farm), but overall really enjoyed the series and the nod to Sweet Tooth was great!
  • The Lost Dreamer
    January 1, 1970
    After the huge cliffhanger from Vol 2., I expected so much more. One of the things that I loved when I started reading Black Hammer was the freshness of its ideas, despite the constant nostalgia and references in every page. Now that the world and character building are paused to give room for the plot to advance, that is no longer the case. Explanations to the wonderful situation depicted at the beginning of the story are provided, but they feel too predictible, too easy. I've read this before After the huge cliffhanger from Vol 2., I expected so much more. One of the things that I loved when I started reading Black Hammer was the freshness of its ideas, despite the constant nostalgia and references in every page. Now that the world and character building are paused to give room for the plot to advance, that is no longer the case. Explanations to the wonderful situation depicted at the beginning of the story are provided, but they feel too predictible, too easy. I've read this before somewhere and I have no interest in reading it again.Also, although it looks like the plot is advancing, it's more like it's moving in circles. Taking the characters into the same emotional loops over and over again, uncapable of adding anything new, and only filling pages with some amazing artworks. I no longer care what happens to these characters (and I used to care A LOT) because nothing is really meaningful, nothing sticks, no twist feels plausible or up to the original situation. In the end, issue after issue, one just gets bored. I don't know how longer I'll keep reading it, but I wouldn't expect much more. And it's a shame, because I loved this comic
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