Crowded #3
Rebel Wilson has optioned the rights with the goal of starring in and producing the movie adaptation. Wilson will develop the project and produce it via her Camp Sugar production banner. Also producing is Oni Entertainment. Circe and Trotter, two of the heaviest hitters in the private murder industry, have just landed in Los Angeles, looking for Charlie and eager to collect the almost two million dollar Reapr campaign on her life. Charlie, oblivious to the growing danger, tries to carry on her freewheeling lifestyle while under Vita’s lock and key. But even their safest safehouse can’t keep the fame-and-fortune-driven killers off their trail for too long.

Crowded #3 Details

TitleCrowded #3
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 10th, 2018
PublisherImage
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Action

Crowded #3 Review

  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    This has already lost its novelty for me.
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    January 1, 1970
    I’m sad that I have to wait another couple of weeks for the next issue. Crowded has quickly become one of my favorite series. Vita and Charlie are fantastic characters (not to be mistaken with the concept of good people; I think we’ve all been broken of the illusion about Charlie being a good person).We still don’t know what Charlie did to get the Reapr campaign on herself, nor do we know why so many people helped to fund it. Though I’m starting to get a better idea of all that. Little hints kee I’m sad that I have to wait another couple of weeks for the next issue. Crowded has quickly become one of my favorite series. Vita and Charlie are fantastic characters (not to be mistaken with the concept of good people; I think we’ve all been broken of the illusion about Charlie being a good person).We still don’t know what Charlie did to get the Reapr campaign on herself, nor do we know why so many people helped to fund it. Though I’m starting to get a better idea of all that. Little hints keep popping up along the way, and while none of them tell the fully story…together we may just get a good idea of this whole mess.Vita is easily my favorite character. They’re stubborn, driven, and shocking talented at keeping Charlie alive. The more I think about it, the more it makes sense that Vita has a bad rating not because they can’t keep people alive – but because people are alive at the end to leave said bad rating. It makes sense. Vita is cool, but not super personable. And frankly, when it comes to saving lives, how much time can you really afford to make your client feel all nice and snuggly?
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  • Pop Bop
    January 1, 1970
    We're Marking Time HereThis series has a great premise and the first two issues laid things out well and moved along smartly. That said, this issue doesn't add much and we get a lot of monologuing from secondary characters, (the professional hit men). There are a few nice bits, but also a lot of running around places we've already been. I'm hoping that by the next issue we either add some new wrinkles to the plot or start heading for the wrap up. Still promises to be fun, though.
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  • Mikey The High School Librarian
    January 1, 1970
    Best one in the series yet!!! Amazing!
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