Something is Killing the Children #3
Things in Archer’s Peak are only growing worse. Erica Slaughter is on the hunt, but the children are still dying. Angry and afraid, the inhabitants turn their suspicions on the stranger in their midst, the woman who arrived just as the killings began. Will Erica be able to save the town, or will the very people she is trying to protect turn on her?

Something is Killing the Children #3 Details

TitleSomething is Killing the Children #3
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ReleaseNov 20th, 2019
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GenreHorror, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Young Adult, Comic Book

Something is Killing the Children #3 Review

  • AleJandra
    January 1, 1970
    No sucedió mucho en este número, la trama no avanzó.Mi mayor pregunta es, qué carajo es el pulpo de peluche, ¿será un extraterrestre?
  • A. B. Neilly
    January 1, 1970
    Definitely the series of the year. I love it.
  • Etienne
    January 1, 1970
    A bit of a transition here with this issues but definitely a series that has deeply hook me in! Let's go for #4!!
  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    Probably the weakest issue so far. The art is actually one of the biggest letdowns considering how stellar it's been this this point, but a number of the panels are poorly framed and the content indecipherable. I can see someone wanting to defend our as 'ntentionally chaotic', but previous issues have done that already without sacrificing or compromising any of the context or terror.The actual content is solid, but it's definitely a lull; a lot of empty exposition that doesn't really introduce Probably the weakest issue so far. The art is actually one of the biggest letdowns considering how stellar it's been this this point, but a number of the panels are poorly framed and the content indecipherable. I can see someone wanting to defend our as 'ntentionally chaotic', but previous issues have done that already without sacrificing or compromising any of the context or terror.The actual content is solid, but it's definitely a lull; a lot of empty exposition that doesn't really introduce much of anything new. I have a feeling you'll be able to jump straight from issues 2 to issue 4 with little to no loss. With all that said, it's still enjoyable enough if you want to soak in more of the world of Archer's Peak or just like reading Erica Slaughter sass people.
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  • Oneirosophos
    January 1, 1970
    Erica Slaughter is my new hero. And this series rocks.
  • James
    January 1, 1970
    The monster hunter girl has the coolest name. Loving the slow burn build up. Really well written.
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    January 1, 1970
    "Something Is Killing the Children #3 brings us back to a world in which monsters are real. And they have a taste for children. Naturally, this is a dark and gory series, but it isn’t without hope, even if that hope rests on the shoulders of a gruff young woman.When children suddenly go missing or turn up dead, those in the know understand that there’s a monster on the loose. And thus, people like Erica Slaughter are sent in to clean it all up. And yet, it’s been three issues, and children are "Something Is Killing the Children #3 brings us back to a world in which monsters are real. And they have a taste for children. Naturally, this is a dark and gory series, but it isn’t without hope, even if that hope rests on the shoulders of a gruff young woman.When children suddenly go missing or turn up dead, those in the know understand that there’s a monster on the loose. And thus, people like Erica Slaughter are sent in to clean it all up. And yet, it’s been three issues, and children are still dying.This issue forces us to acknowledge that being a monster hunter isn’t as simple as tracking and killing. Not that any of that would actually be easy. Erica may be on the job, but every moment she wastes puts another child at risk."Check out my full review over at Word of the Nerd
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  • Leelo
    January 1, 1970
    Definitely still gives me grown-up Buffy vibes and I like it.
  • Stav
    January 1, 1970
    Me encanta todo lo que hay aquí, no puedo esperar el próximo número
  • Darth
    January 1, 1970
    I just really, really love this series. I feel like it had so much potential to rock it out of this world. I also kinda love how it always ends on the most ridiculous cliff hangers. It very much reminds me of Stranger Things, so if you're a fan of that show, you'll almost definitely enjoy this.
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