No Mercy Vol 3 PDF ↠ No Mercy PDF or Paperback

No Mercy Vol 3 PDF ↠ No Mercy PDF or Paperback

No Mercy Vol 3 [PDF / Epub] ✐ No Mercy Vol 3 ☃ Alex de Campi – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk As teens start to come back from the accident in Mataguey a new set of conseuences begin the lawsuits Because on top of trauma what you really need as an incoming college freshman the intricate chess As teens start to come back from the accident in Mataguey a new set of conseuences begin the lawsuits Because on top of trauma what you really need as an incoming college freshman the intricate chess No Mercy PDF or game of legal preparation Meanwhile still in the jungles of Central America Tiffani and DeShawn in captivity and Travis free and high are set on a collision course that will change them foreverThe final chapter of the teen horror epic begins here by creators ALEX DE CAMPI and CARLA SPEED MCNEIL Redefines survival horror the AV Club.


10 thoughts on “No Mercy Vol 3

  1. Dimitris Papastergiou Dimitris Papastergiou says:

    Ah what can I say? You have to read this survivalhorrordrama story It's SO fucking good I need But the last issue was out last year and that just made me sadHope Alex continues the series so we can finally see what happens to the rest of the kids


  2. Rod Brown Rod Brown says:

    There is a lot of interesting stuff going on this this volume but as we get further from the bus accident that kicked off the series some of the tension is dissipating It's weird that some of the cast is safe and sound at home already and getting on with their lives while others remain in jeopardy but everyone still gets pretty eual screen time As another reviewer points out here there is actually some pretty amazing storytelling going on here as the creators make fascinating use of the graphic novel form but as a reader I'm having trouble switching gears between what I thought this story was and where it is going


  3. Mary Beth Mary Beth says:

    With each volume No Mercy sprawls a bit as the various characters' journeys take them in wildly divergent directions but the sprawl feels richly rewarding rather than lazily loose the characterizations almost universally sharp and thoughtful The most compelling segment has little to do with the inciting bus crash instead focusing on a surviving kid who's preparing to leave his high school life for a new one at college; all the mundane details become deeply meaningful


  4. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    With some of the crash survivors still in the jungle and others back in the US this is as much as anything a collection of vaguely linked short stories in which de Campi McNeil co show exactly what they can do with the comics medium In particular the variety of things they can express with speech and thought bubbles rival and probably eclipse anything I've seen since Sim's Guys aka The Last Good Bit Of Cerebus Astonishing work and worth a look even if the ostensible story doesn't sound like your bag


  5. Jason Jason says:

    This is a review for the first 3 volumes Spoilers probablySeems like a common enough premise bunch of teens on a humanitarian trip in the jungle who get in an accident and struggle to survive What made it uniue was when the story split the group up and followed the characters through some very different sets of circumstances getting rescued at different times responding differently to what had happened to them etc It's pretty ambitious trying to effectively characterize all those individuals but de Campi does a pretty good job of it There's a bit of stereotyping when it comes to the wealthy families and a few of the characters are done away with in a manner that makes you feel like de Campi just got tired of writing them But overall she accomplishes a ton in 14 issues It totally feels unfinished imagine my shock and sadness when I got to the end of volume 3 and realized it was the end I was confused at first but upon reflection realized that in terms of the characters who were left unrescued de Campi left enough clues for the reader to figure out the most likely scenario for a particular character It's an unconventional way to end a series with all those loose ends but it then makes for a uniue reading experience as well As for the art it's why I picked up the series to begin with I LOVED Finder and love McNeil's style mostly realistic but with a classic comics feel to it The colors were also gorgeous A beautiful book to look at I just wish there was A special shout out to the incredible standalone story of Sebastian's ordeal at the rehabilitation center Incredibly effective It should win some kind of award


  6. Ben Ben says:

    Surprise The icky wannabe global hipster's story get gruesome and interesting DeCampi is a fucking geniusSeriesA fresh departure from the futuristic dystopia flavor of the day No Mercy is story that dwells in the possible digs its heels in and never stops reminding you of its plausibility DeCampi avoids the trap of portraying teens as one dimensional uip machines shaping each intricate character from panel one That authenticity plants the seed for wild anxiety once things start to go wrong The characters are truly diverse and their personal struggles are as twisty and dangerous as the terrain they find themselves stranded in With references in art and word to manga teen movie tropes and millennial stereotypes No Mercy manages to flow from youthful comedy to the darkest of observations with ease Easily the most surprising series Image has going right now Fall 2017


  7. Paul Allard Paul Allard says:

    The adolescents' misadventures continueFollowing directly on from Volume 2 the nine youngsters find themselves in different situations after they split up Some are “rescued” and end up at the American Embassy others fight for survival Each one is taken in a different direction and resentments boil up with tragic conseuences Some having been kidnapped end up in interesting situations while others find their way homeuite engaging and this could be the final volume although there are still situations which are not totally resolved The print is small in the digital edition


  8. Emily Emily says:

    I thought that this was disjointed than the other books in the series Part of this is due to the survivors splitting up but it made for a very haphazard narrative that was difficult to piece together The collected volume edition probably accentuated this feature as the narratives didn't fit together as a cohesive unit I imagine that had I read this as a serial I would be feeling the same way


  9. Brian Brian says:

    This was an excellent series I'm not certain if it's done since there are two characters still in captivity so I get a feeling of only partial closure The privileged children who experience a disaster have had to confront their privilege and they do so with varying degrees of acceptance and success


  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    I feel like this story is loosing dimension like the one note premise is being stretched too far I'm still gonna stick with it but it really needs to come back around to the characters


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10 thoughts on “No Mercy Vol 3

  1. Dimitris Papastergiou Dimitris Papastergiou says:

    Ah what can I say? You have to read this survivalhorrordrama story It's SO fucking good I need But the last issue was out last year and that just made me sadHope Alex continues the series so we can finally see what happens to the rest of the kids

  2. Rod Brown Rod Brown says:

    There is a lot of interesting stuff going on this this volume but as we get further from the bus accident that kicked off the series some of the tension is dissipating It's weird that some of the cast is safe and sound at home already and getting on with their lives while others remain in jeopardy but everyone still gets pretty eual screen time As another reviewer points out here there is actually some pretty amazing storytelling going on here as the creators make fascinating use of the graphic novel form but as a reader I'm having trouble switching gears between what I thought this story was and where it is going

  3. Mary Beth Mary Beth says:

    With each volume No Mercy sprawls a bit as the various characters' journeys take them in wildly divergent directions but the sprawl feels richly rewarding rather than lazily loose the characterizations almost universally sharp and thoughtful The most compelling segment has little to do with the inciting bus crash instead focusing on a surviving kid who's preparing to leave his high school life for a new one at college; all the mundane details become deeply meaningful

  4. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    With some of the crash survivors still in the jungle and others back in the US this is as much as anything a collection of vaguely linked short stories in which de Campi McNeil co show exactly what they can do with the comics medium In particular the variety of things they can express with speech and thought bubbles rival and probably eclipse anything I've seen since Sim's Guys aka The Last Good Bit Of Cerebus Astonishing work and worth a look even if the ostensible story doesn't sound like your bag

  5. Jason Jason says:

    This is a review for the first 3 volumes Spoilers probablySeems like a common enough premise bunch of teens on a humanitarian trip in the jungle who get in an accident and struggle to survive What made it uniue was when the story split the group up and followed the characters through some very different sets of circumstances getting rescued at different times responding differently to what had happened to them etc It's pretty ambitious trying to effectively characterize all those individuals but de Campi does a pretty good job of it There's a bit of stereotyping when it comes to the wealthy families and a few of the characters are done away with in a manner that makes you feel like de Campi just got tired of writing them But overall she accomplishes a ton in 14 issues It totally feels unfinished imagine my shock and sadness when I got to the end of volume 3 and realized it was the end I was confused at first but upon reflection realized that in terms of the characters who were left unrescued de Campi left enough clues for the reader to figure out the most likely scenario for a particular character It's an unconventional way to end a series with all those loose ends but it then makes for a uniue reading experience as well As for the art it's why I picked up the series to begin with I LOVED Finder and love McNeil's style mostly realistic but with a classic comics feel to it The colors were also gorgeous A beautiful book to look at I just wish there was A special shout out to the incredible standalone story of Sebastian's ordeal at the rehabilitation center Incredibly effective It should win some kind of award

  6. Ben Ben says:

    Surprise The icky wannabe global hipster's story get gruesome and interesting DeCampi is a fucking geniusSeriesA fresh departure from the futuristic dystopia flavor of the day No Mercy is story that dwells in the possible digs its heels in and never stops reminding you of its plausibility DeCampi avoids the trap of portraying teens as one dimensional uip machines shaping each intricate character from panel one That authenticity plants the seed for wild anxiety once things start to go wrong The characters are truly diverse and their personal struggles are as twisty and dangerous as the terrain they find themselves stranded in With references in art and word to manga teen movie tropes and millennial stereotypes No Mercy manages to flow from youthful comedy to the darkest of observations with ease Easily the most surprising series Image has going right now Fall 2017

  7. Paul Allard Paul Allard says:

    The adolescents' misadventures continueFollowing directly on from Volume 2 the nine youngsters find themselves in different situations after they split up Some are “rescued” and end up at the American Embassy others fight for survival Each one is taken in a different direction and resentments boil up with tragic conseuences Some having been kidnapped end up in interesting situations while others find their way homeuite engaging and this could be the final volume although there are still situations which are not totally resolved The print is small in the digital edition

  8. Emily Emily says:

    I thought that this was disjointed than the other books in the series Part of this is due to the survivors splitting up but it made for a very haphazard narrative that was difficult to piece together The collected volume edition probably accentuated this feature as the narratives didn't fit together as a cohesive unit I imagine that had I read this as a serial I would be feeling the same way

  9. Brian Brian says:

    This was an excellent series I'm not certain if it's done since there are two characters still in captivity so I get a feeling of only partial closure The privileged children who experience a disaster have had to confront their privilege and they do so with varying degrees of acceptance and success

  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    I feel like this story is loosing dimension like the one note premise is being stretched too far I'm still gonna stick with it but it really needs to come back around to the characters

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