Outcast Vol 3 MOBI Æ Outcast Vol PDF \

Outcast Vol 3 MOBI Æ Outcast Vol PDF \



10 thoughts on “Outcast Vol 3

  1. Patrick Patrick says:

    I like how the story is moving uickly Characters are developing and changing as the story progresses and relationships are evolving in sensible ways in response to the change of events When these things are are static the story suffers I also like how there's hope in this story than in The Walking Dead I don't need a ton of bleak in my life right now


  2. Anne Anne says:

    I'm still pretty interested in this one but I'm starting to feel a little catfished when it comes to the storyline Is anyone else out there thinking this feels less demon y and a little body snatcher y? More sci fi and less horror?view spoilerThese whatever they are who are possessing people seem to be alien life forms looking for hosts not evil demonic forces from the pits of hell Or it's starting to look that way to me at any rate hide spoiler


  3. Maria (Big City Bookworm) Maria (Big City Bookworm) says:

    I remember the first time I picked up Outcast Volume 1 It was last summer and I was in HMV in Toronto and the cover caught my eye Although I admittedly do love judging a book by its cover a beautiful cover still isn’t enough for me to purchase a book especially one I hadn’t heard of previously I proceeded to read the description on the back and that’s when I knew I needed to give this series a read I didn’t even realize it was written by Robert Kirkman aka the creator of The Walking Dead until the lovely cashier mentioned it to meOverall I found the first two volumes of Outcast to be good but nothing special Nothing really made me think “wow this is amazing” The story moved uite slowly and it didn’t really pick up the pace until the cliffhanger ending of volume two which was one key factor in my decision to pre order volume threeAfter finishing the second volume I had heard the news that Outcast was being adapted into a television series Based on my lack of awe while reading the first two volumes I figured I’d like the show but it wouldn’t be a stand out or that it wouldn’t live up to my expectations as a huge fan of The Walking Dead television series I am happy to announce that I was completely wrong in the best way possible The first episode of the television series aired last week and I absolutely loved the shit out of it I watched it twice I loved it that much The pacing was so much uicker and the writing acting and special effects were all on point but I digress I’ll be writing a review and comparison of the first season once it is finished airing All you need to know is that it was amazing and it was the second key factor in my decision to pre order the third volume of the comic seriesFor some blessed reason my pre order showed up in my mailbox two weeks early When I saw it waiting for me on the 9th prior to it’s release of June 21st I was beyond ecstatic I don’t know if the Canadian release date is different compared to what is stated on Goodreads but hey I’m not complaining one bit After becoming ridiculously hyped up after watching just one episode of the television adaptation I was so ready for OutcastA uick refresh Outcast tells the story of a man named Kyle Barnes who is surrounded by demons that possess his loved ones He has no idea why this is happening and he also has no idea why they all seem to know him and refer to him as “Outcast” For some unknown reason Kyle as the power to extract these demons from the human bodies they have possessed but usually at a terrible costOutcast Vol3 This Little Light did not disappoint The pacing was much uicker this time around While moments of the story were still uite vague and a lot of uestions remain unanswered the story moved much uicker I completely devoured it I don’t think I have read anything that fast in a long time We are slowly gaining answers but it does also feel like every time we get an answer to one uestion a new uestion forms Which as annoying as it is because I’m impatient and want to know everything right now it also works as a great tool to keep readers coming back for Kyle continues to become relatable as the story continues We know that he is severely misunderstood and we know that he is willing to take the blame for crimes that he did not commit in order to protect his loved ones Hopefully characters continue to see this as Kyle deserves betterI did feel as though moments were slightly repetitive I know that the story revolves around a man surrounded by demons possessing the people he loves but it has been happening in every single volume with basically the same results I’m hoping something changes soon as this might get a little old if it continues to happen in every single volumeWhile the cliffhanger at the end of the second volume was addressed and served as a main story line throughout this story arch this volume also ended with a bit of a cliffhanger albeit a rather confusing one It created a new uestion that I need answered ASAPThe artwork by Paul Azaceta is once again wonderful It’s dark and haunting and works perfectly with the darker tone of the story There was actually a few little details that portrayed perfect storytelling within images alone There were a few close ups of characters faces to show their expressions that really helped showcase how the people around Kyle were feeling Another small detail that I loved was the close up of a crow in the distance behind Kyle in one scene I automatically heard the crow caw in my head which made for an excellent storytelling deviceI think my interest in this series is definitely peaking and I’m eager to continue with reading the series and watching the television show I am absolutely loving the amount of graphic novels and comic books that are being adapted into television and film lately and Outcast is a perfect addition to that list Initial post reading thoughtsThis pre order showed up in my mailbox early and I dove right in I just couldn't help myself The first episode of the television adaptation was just so good all I wanted was Outcast so you can imagine my excitement when I found this delivery waiting for me today I will say some moments are a tad repetitive but we're finally getting some answers I can't wait for Outcast


  4. Jeannette Nikolova Jeannette Nikolova says:

    Day 6 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blogWhat has happened since last volume? NOTHING AT ALL that is whatEntire one star goes to the beautiful art and coloringThe rest is still as bad and as boring as it was at the beginning I'm afraid Kyle still has serious mommy issues we have again read my mother hurt me like my mother hurt me because my mother hurt me and the variations every couple of pages Everybody's mom is hurting them there has not been a woman in this entire story not to hurt her children even the random mom of the step sisterThe men are still going through the same drama the priest and his belief Kyle and his everythingArrested development? Uh uh I really don't have all that much to say about this volume because nothing has changed since the last one especially the general idea and direction For detailed comment of those  Outcast Vol 2 review


  5. Andreas Andreas says:

    35 actuallyConsiderably better than the second one Now I feel like this is going places


  6. Donovan Donovan says:

    This series is fucking awesome Kirkman and Azaceta continue to kill it in Volume 3 as the mystery unravels Kyle Barnes and Reverend Anderson find out about themselves and continue to battle demons in their uiet little town But something big is brewing among the demons and I can't wait to find out how The writing art and characterization take this beyond for me and therefore deserves 5 stars


  7. Artemy Artemy says:

    Ya know what? Outcast is probably the best comic book by Robert Kirkman which granted is not saying much Invincible? Garbage The Walking Dead? Poop on a stick But Outcast? This one I can give a read no problemUpdate since writing this review my opinion about The Walking Dead has changed I actually uite like it now Who would’ve thoughtSo volume 3 Kyle Barnes keeps exorcising the evil spirits while getting the shit beaten out of him If this sounds familiar that's because this is exactly what was going on in the last two volumes Still the exorcism scenes are probably the best part of the series — they're always so intense raw and gritty But there are some plot developments in this volume too — we get of the strange dude in a black hat with his evil plan to do whatever and we also get to see a darker side of Reverend Anderson Oh and Kyle realises something about what kind of things help in performing his exorcisms which is a pretty funny scene closer to the end of this volume Look I know not much is happening in this comic so far but to be fair not much is ever happening in The Walking Dead too At least there aren't like a zillion boring ass characters in Outcast It's hard for me to explain what I like about this particular series Just like the feel of it? The whole dark atmosphere feels somehow uniue and pretty captivating It's also an especially good read this time of year in October when it starts to get cold and dark and Halloween y Well maybe it's just meWhat is definitely great about this series though is the artwork by Paul Azaceta There is a very David Aja feel about his style which is a good thing His action scenes in particular look great And masterful colouring by Elizabeth Breitweiser is gorgeous as always You may also know her from Ed Brubaker's latest comics like Velvet Kill Or Be Killed and Criminal Volume 7 and just like those comics Outcast looks great in big part thanks to her colouringOutcast may not be the most acclaimed Robert Kirkman series but I do think it's his best and his only comic worth reading I only hope it will end sooner rather than later because I absolutely can't image this going on for than 10 volumes and we all know how Kirkman doesn't like to end his books Poor Kyle Barnes can only take so many beatings before it becomes completely ridiculous but until then I am on board with the series


  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    The best volume so far I'm glad I stuck with this comic because it is really interesting It's different to the tv series so I'm excited to see where it goes from here Again my only concern is whether or not this comic will be dragged out or not Also where can it go from The Merge? We'll see The artwork is great as per usual


  9. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Did I read this??? I can't remember now PBullet ReviewOh yeah I DID read this This is the one where Kyle Barnes' sister Maggie goes bonkers and chucks her husband out of a window And Kyle tells his ex about her antics as well as that his daughter inherited his abilitySo uite a bit of info actually; don't know why I forgot to mark it read


  10. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Another solid volume I'm a huge horror fan and this series just calls to me as much as Nailbiter but for different reasons This volume picks up where the last left off Megan is possessed and Kyle and the Rev are trying to get that little pesky violent as fuck demon out It was tense and sad results lead to a lot of well crafted character development I also LOVED the one possession storyline with the big guy who nearly did some fucked up shit to Kyle You learn and about these demons the further we get into the series It's both intriguing and interesting and I hope it continues to do so The volume ends with a Oh shit moment and hope the next is just as good


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Outcast Vol 3 ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ Outcast Vol 3 By Robert Kirkman ✼ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Kyle is faced with the most emotional exorcism he's performed yet as he begins to learn about his abilities and what's really happening around him Secrets are revealed that will change everything Coll Kyle is faced with the most emotional exorcism he's performed yet as he begins to learn about his abilities and what's really happening around him Secrets are revealed that will change everything Collects OUTCAST .

10 thoughts on “Outcast Vol 3

  1. Patrick Patrick says:

    I like how the story is moving uickly Characters are developing and changing as the story progresses and relationships are evolving in sensible ways in response to the change of events When these things are are static the story suffers I also like how there's hope in this story than in The Walking Dead I don't need a ton of bleak in my life right now

  2. Anne Anne says:

    I'm still pretty interested in this one but I'm starting to feel a little catfished when it comes to the storyline Is anyone else out there thinking this feels less demon y and a little body snatcher y? More sci fi and less horror?view spoilerThese whatever they are who are possessing people seem to be alien life forms looking for hosts not evil demonic forces from the pits of hell Or it's starting to look that way to me at any rate hide spoiler

  3. Maria (Big City Bookworm) Maria (Big City Bookworm) says:

    I remember the first time I picked up Outcast Volume 1 It was last summer and I was in HMV in Toronto and the cover caught my eye Although I admittedly do love judging a book by its cover a beautiful cover still isn’t enough for me to purchase a book especially one I hadn’t heard of previously I proceeded to read the description on the back and that’s when I knew I needed to give this series a read I didn’t even realize it was written by Robert Kirkman aka the creator of The Walking Dead until the lovely cashier mentioned it to meOverall I found the first two volumes of Outcast to be good but nothing special Nothing really made me think “wow this is amazing” The story moved uite slowly and it didn’t really pick up the pace until the cliffhanger ending of volume two which was one key factor in my decision to pre order volume threeAfter finishing the second volume I had heard the news that Outcast was being adapted into a television series Based on my lack of awe while reading the first two volumes I figured I’d like the show but it wouldn’t be a stand out or that it wouldn’t live up to my expectations as a huge fan of The Walking Dead television series I am happy to announce that I was completely wrong in the best way possible The first episode of the television series aired last week and I absolutely loved the shit out of it I watched it twice I loved it that much The pacing was so much uicker and the writing acting and special effects were all on point but I digress I’ll be writing a review and comparison of the first season once it is finished airing All you need to know is that it was amazing and it was the second key factor in my decision to pre order the third volume of the comic seriesFor some blessed reason my pre order showed up in my mailbox two weeks early When I saw it waiting for me on the 9th prior to it’s release of June 21st I was beyond ecstatic I don’t know if the Canadian release date is different compared to what is stated on Goodreads but hey I’m not complaining one bit After becoming ridiculously hyped up after watching just one episode of the television adaptation I was so ready for OutcastA uick refresh Outcast tells the story of a man named Kyle Barnes who is surrounded by demons that possess his loved ones He has no idea why this is happening and he also has no idea why they all seem to know him and refer to him as “Outcast” For some unknown reason Kyle as the power to extract these demons from the human bodies they have possessed but usually at a terrible costOutcast Vol3 This Little Light did not disappoint The pacing was much uicker this time around While moments of the story were still uite vague and a lot of uestions remain unanswered the story moved much uicker I completely devoured it I don’t think I have read anything that fast in a long time We are slowly gaining answers but it does also feel like every time we get an answer to one uestion a new uestion forms Which as annoying as it is because I’m impatient and want to know everything right now it also works as a great tool to keep readers coming back for Kyle continues to become relatable as the story continues We know that he is severely misunderstood and we know that he is willing to take the blame for crimes that he did not commit in order to protect his loved ones Hopefully characters continue to see this as Kyle deserves betterI did feel as though moments were slightly repetitive I know that the story revolves around a man surrounded by demons possessing the people he loves but it has been happening in every single volume with basically the same results I’m hoping something changes soon as this might get a little old if it continues to happen in every single volumeWhile the cliffhanger at the end of the second volume was addressed and served as a main story line throughout this story arch this volume also ended with a bit of a cliffhanger albeit a rather confusing one It created a new uestion that I need answered ASAPThe artwork by Paul Azaceta is once again wonderful It’s dark and haunting and works perfectly with the darker tone of the story There was actually a few little details that portrayed perfect storytelling within images alone There were a few close ups of characters faces to show their expressions that really helped showcase how the people around Kyle were feeling Another small detail that I loved was the close up of a crow in the distance behind Kyle in one scene I automatically heard the crow caw in my head which made for an excellent storytelling deviceI think my interest in this series is definitely peaking and I’m eager to continue with reading the series and watching the television show I am absolutely loving the amount of graphic novels and comic books that are being adapted into television and film lately and Outcast is a perfect addition to that list Initial post reading thoughtsThis pre order showed up in my mailbox early and I dove right in I just couldn't help myself The first episode of the television adaptation was just so good all I wanted was Outcast so you can imagine my excitement when I found this delivery waiting for me today I will say some moments are a tad repetitive but we're finally getting some answers I can't wait for Outcast

  4. Jeannette Nikolova Jeannette Nikolova says:

    Day 6 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blogWhat has happened since last volume? NOTHING AT ALL that is whatEntire one star goes to the beautiful art and coloringThe rest is still as bad and as boring as it was at the beginning I'm afraid Kyle still has serious mommy issues we have again read my mother hurt me like my mother hurt me because my mother hurt me and the variations every couple of pages Everybody's mom is hurting them there has not been a woman in this entire story not to hurt her children even the random mom of the step sisterThe men are still going through the same drama the priest and his belief Kyle and his everythingArrested development? Uh uh I really don't have all that much to say about this volume because nothing has changed since the last one especially the general idea and direction For detailed comment of those  Outcast Vol 2 review

  5. Andreas Andreas says:

    35 actuallyConsiderably better than the second one Now I feel like this is going places

  6. Donovan Donovan says:

    This series is fucking awesome Kirkman and Azaceta continue to kill it in Volume 3 as the mystery unravels Kyle Barnes and Reverend Anderson find out about themselves and continue to battle demons in their uiet little town But something big is brewing among the demons and I can't wait to find out how The writing art and characterization take this beyond for me and therefore deserves 5 stars

  7. Artemy Artemy says:

    Ya know what? Outcast is probably the best comic book by Robert Kirkman which granted is not saying much Invincible? Garbage The Walking Dead? Poop on a stick But Outcast? This one I can give a read no problemUpdate since writing this review my opinion about The Walking Dead has changed I actually uite like it now Who would’ve thoughtSo volume 3 Kyle Barnes keeps exorcising the evil spirits while getting the shit beaten out of him If this sounds familiar that's because this is exactly what was going on in the last two volumes Still the exorcism scenes are probably the best part of the series — they're always so intense raw and gritty But there are some plot developments in this volume too — we get of the strange dude in a black hat with his evil plan to do whatever and we also get to see a darker side of Reverend Anderson Oh and Kyle realises something about what kind of things help in performing his exorcisms which is a pretty funny scene closer to the end of this volume Look I know not much is happening in this comic so far but to be fair not much is ever happening in The Walking Dead too At least there aren't like a zillion boring ass characters in Outcast It's hard for me to explain what I like about this particular series Just like the feel of it? The whole dark atmosphere feels somehow uniue and pretty captivating It's also an especially good read this time of year in October when it starts to get cold and dark and Halloween y Well maybe it's just meWhat is definitely great about this series though is the artwork by Paul Azaceta There is a very David Aja feel about his style which is a good thing His action scenes in particular look great And masterful colouring by Elizabeth Breitweiser is gorgeous as always You may also know her from Ed Brubaker's latest comics like Velvet Kill Or Be Killed and Criminal Volume 7 and just like those comics Outcast looks great in big part thanks to her colouringOutcast may not be the most acclaimed Robert Kirkman series but I do think it's his best and his only comic worth reading I only hope it will end sooner rather than later because I absolutely can't image this going on for than 10 volumes and we all know how Kirkman doesn't like to end his books Poor Kyle Barnes can only take so many beatings before it becomes completely ridiculous but until then I am on board with the series

  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    The best volume so far I'm glad I stuck with this comic because it is really interesting It's different to the tv series so I'm excited to see where it goes from here Again my only concern is whether or not this comic will be dragged out or not Also where can it go from The Merge? We'll see The artwork is great as per usual

  9. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Did I read this??? I can't remember now PBullet ReviewOh yeah I DID read this This is the one where Kyle Barnes' sister Maggie goes bonkers and chucks her husband out of a window And Kyle tells his ex about her antics as well as that his daughter inherited his abilitySo uite a bit of info actually; don't know why I forgot to mark it read

  10. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Another solid volume I'm a huge horror fan and this series just calls to me as much as Nailbiter but for different reasons This volume picks up where the last left off Megan is possessed and Kyle and the Rev are trying to get that little pesky violent as fuck demon out It was tense and sad results lead to a lot of well crafted character development I also LOVED the one possession storyline with the big guy who nearly did some fucked up shit to Kyle You learn and about these demons the further we get into the series It's both intriguing and interesting and I hope it continues to do so The volume ends with a Oh shit moment and hope the next is just as good

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