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Gideon Falls Volume 3: Stations of the Cross (2019)

by Jeff Lemire

Series: Gideon Falls [2015] (12-16 collected)

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After the mind-blowing events of the second arc, our story heads right through the looking glass. Father Burke tracks a vicious killer named… Norton Sinclair? And when that killer can travel through time (and space!), readers are in for a wild ride.
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The awesome continuation of this time-traveling demon possession story. This story is filled with a horrific sense of anxiety that the art by Andrea Sorrentino is mind-blowing. ( )
  ryantlaferney87 | Dec 8, 2023 |
Series Info/Source: This is the third volume in the Gideon Falls series. There are six books in this graphic novel series. I bought this book.

Thoughts: We start out in the past where we watch a Father (not Burke) chase the darkness that dwells in The Black Barn through many versions of Gideon Falls. Meanwhile Burke shows up in Sinclair’s Gideon Falls and Sinclar shows up in Burke’s Gideon Falls. Yes, it is all a bit weird...with a twisting timeline and the possibility of parallel realities or maybe just times?

This remains incredibly creative, interesting, and well drawn. I love how the panels are laid out and how the story is coming together. I am completely intrigued by what is happening here. It is creepy but also fascinating to watch this unnamed darkness creep through all the versions of Gideon Falls. I immediately went online and bought Vol 4 when I finished this book.

My Summary (5/5): Overall I continue to really love this series; it is an excellent supernatural horror graphic novel series and is similar to the Locke & Key series in tone. I love how the way the panels are drawn compliment the story and continue to be completely drawn into this strange horrific mystery. I can’t wait to see how the series continues. ( )
  krau0098 | Oct 6, 2021 |
The art continues to be stellar in this series, and it absolutely does the bulk of work when it comes to the storytelling and the horror, as well as the wonder.

There was a point, as we flipped across some of the different realities where I truly stopped and thought, welp, this is where it goes off the rails into silliness.

I was completely wrong. We're starting to get a small sense of the overall structure now, so it does tend to slow the forward momentum a touch, but overall, this team is still absolutely killing it. Really excited for the last two volumes. ( )
  TobinElliott | Sep 3, 2021 |
Still in awe of the artwork and page layout; here the story breaks pretty wide open, not a lot happens in this book because we're still building this expanded view of the worlds, but I suppose I'm hooked now. Come on Hoopla, where's book 4???? ( )
  steveportigal | Dec 31, 2020 |
Best volume so far. This one pulls all the storylines together. ( )
  Cail_Judy | Apr 21, 2020 |
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After the mind-blowing events of the second arc, our story heads right through the looking glass. Father Burke tracks a vicious killer named… Norton Sinclair? And when that killer can travel through time (and space!), readers are in for a wild ride.

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